Blockchain's capability of tracking ownership records and tamper-resistance can be used to solve urgent issues such as food fraud, safety recalls, supply chain inefficiency and food traceability in the current food system.
How can we be so sure if our food is what it says it is? The answer could be blockchain.
As the world's need for sustainable food and farming processes increases, the food industry tackles issues in package waste, agricultural tech, food production, and the ocean and seafood industry.
Soon, customers waiting in long lines and backed up drive-throughs to satisfy McNugget and Diet Coke cravings will be a thing of the past.
We’ve reached a tipping point.
The food industry is ready for a shakedown, and companies like Soylent are leading the charge.
Brian Franz http://www.diageo.com/en-ie/ourbusiness/ourpeople/executivecommittee/Pages/profiledetail.aspx?p=74 is far removed from your ordinary IT leader.
The rise of digital agriculture and its related technologies has opened a wealth of new data opportunities.
Yup, bugs. Nom nom nom, right?
Two important shifts with long-term implications.