IBM's blockchain raises trust in global food supply chain

Tom Allen
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 Contaminated food can be tracked to its source using blockchain
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Contaminated food can be tracked to its source using blockchain

The concept has been proved in trials in the USA and China, claims IBM

 In a move aimed at increasing consumer trust in the global food industry, IBM has partnered with a consortium of firms to identify areas where the supply chain can benefit from blockchain implemen...

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