In summary, the article explores the possibility of using blockchain technology to monitor and track the logistics of agricultural produce across its supply chain. This technology is useful during food epidemics where the epidemic can be flagged at very early stages and killed at the start of the supply chain before the contaminated products are sold to different suppliers worldwide. This aims at reducing the cost of disease management and containment of produce by countries by allowing for identification and containment of the contaminated produce in a matter of seconds in comparison to the manual identification which can take days or months.
Click on the link to view the full article http://www.gulfoodmanufacturing.com/news--trends/how-blockchain-technology-could-transform-the-food-industry
No records found