IBM Food Trust® is a collaborative network of growers, processors, wholesalers, distributors, manufacturers, retailers and others, enhancing visibility and accountability across the food supply chain. Built on IBM Blockchain®, this solution connects participants through a permissioned, immutable and shared record of food provenance, transaction data, processing details and more.
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Shping and IBM Food Trust™: A new era of product transparency for consumers
of consumers say that knowing where food comes from is very-to-somewhat important.¹
of Americans surveyed said they would pay up to a third more for products that are responsibly made and transparently sourced.2
of consumers surveyed said they would be more loyal to a brand that offers complete transparency.³
Run a more efficient food network by helping to eliminate bottlenecks in the supply chain.
Ensure safety and regulatory compliance and avoid product recalls.
Increase awareness of sustainability opportunities and practices in each step of the manufacturing processes of the food chain.
Monitor and trace food products in the supply chain to accurately judge remaining shelf life.
Make your supply chains less susceptible to fraud and errors with end-to-end traceability records.
Better track food wasted and food rescued while minimizing waste hot spots by using key data elements.
Virtually guided onboarding is a remotely delivered onboarding service with IBM Food Trust experts.
A hands-on onboarding service with IBM Food Trust architects with integration and engineering guidance.
Remotely delivered service includes 10 labor hours of IBM Food Trust SME support on custom engagements.
Non-production environment. Access is for demo, evaluation and testing purposes only.
Learn how to add raw material data inputs into IBM Food Trust apps, define your product scenario, control access levels and more.
Learn how to improve traceability recordkeeping, identify high-risk issues and quickly and efficiently trace and recall products
Know the community that's bringing food to your family.
Build your own blockchain ecosystem to share data with your supply chain partners.
Orchestrate your end-to-end supply chain with AI-powered visibility and actionable workflows.
Better manage supplier information with supply chain risk management software.
Uncover a clearer, more accurate view of your MRO inventory.
Deliver a seamless omnichannel customer experience. Optimize fulfillment throughout supply chain.
See how the leading open source blockchain for business platform is driving growth.
Speed positive business outcomes with proven design methodologies and composable capabilities.
Deploy faster with help from IBM® Business Partners. Access their expertise with our technologies to implement, customize, integrate and more, or book a consultation with an expert to find out how your organization can benefit from IBM Food Trust.
1 “2019 Food & Health Survey, International Food Information Council”, Fall 2019, https://foodinsight.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/IFIC-Foundation-2019-Food-and-Health-Report-FINAL.pdf (link resides outside ibm.com)
2 Consumers want traceability, transparency in their products (link resides outside ibm.com), Amway, 9 January 2020
3 Label Insight (link resides outside ibm.com), Nielsen IQ, October 2022