If Covid-19 has changed anything in the food industry, supply chains and production are at the top of the list.
Since the pandemic, there has been a real focus on supply chain and logistics.
Toronto offers countless opportunities for technology innovation within the supply chain industry.
In the wake of the global pandemic caused by the novel coronavirus and its associated disease Covid-19, many of these industries have been disrupted or even permanently changed.
The need to transform to a more ethical supply chain has become a constant movement within the last few years.
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.
The supply chain of the future will be an expressway, not a chain.
Emerging digital trends in e-commerce and retail.