Ensuring near Real-Time Confidence in Food Supply Chains with Blockchain and IoT


Today’s food supply has never been more complex – or under more pressure to deliver consumer and business confidence. But with blockchain and the Internet of Things, food companies and retailers are demonstrating how food supply participants can connect and share near real-time data with each other in a trusted, permissioned manner to improve food safety and supply chain efficiency. Learn how these two technologies are offering transformative supply chain and operational efficiencies by Golden State Foods and elevating food safety by Walmart at time when the world needs it most.


Raj Rao

General Manager, IBM Food Trust, IBM

Raj leads the platform and business expansion of IBM Food TrustTM with ecosystem plays involving the world leading retailers, consumer goods companies, food suppliers and growers through shared, permissioned and secure blockchain data networks that are fueled by AI and cognitive applications.

Bob Wolpert

Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer, Golden State Foods

Tejas Bhatt

Senior Director, US and Global Food Safety Innovations, Walmart