FoodLogiQ, together with a select group of customers including AgBiome Innovations, Subway®/Independent Purchasing Cooperative, Testo, Tyson Foods and others, is launching a Blockchain pilot to test the application of this emerging technology. The goal of Blockchain is to raise transparency within the food supply chain.
“As a technology pioneer with a legacy of success in enhanced traceability, FoodLogiQ will be taking the lead on blockchain exploration within the food space”. – Dean Wiltse, CEO, FoodLogiQ.
During the project, which is set to kickoff in Q3 2018 by the tech company’s innovation arm FoodLogiQ Labs, the pilot group will research the opportunities and challenges of this emerging technology. Visit FoodLogiQ Blockchain Pilot for more information on becoming involved.
What is Blockchain?
Blockchain is an emerging technology offering a way for companies to transact with each other and move assets around the world in a secure manner. What makes blockchain unique is that it is a shared, permanent ledger that records all the transactions in chronological order that cannot be altered or deleted. While this approach holds promise on raising transparency in the food industry, there is much yet to be tested and validated on it’s real-world application within the food chain.
Blockchain: Facts, Fiction and Future Podcast
One of the hottest topics in business and technology today is Blockchain. Blockchain has generated significant interest and questions throughout the world of supply chain because of its supposed ability to solve a variety of different problems. FoodLogiQ discusses its impact on the food supply chain on this Food Safety Matters podcast.
The Fact, Fiction and Future of Blockchain with FoodLogiQ
In this e-book we will explore how FoodLogiQ is taking the lead with Blockchain exploration and what Blockchain looks like in the food industry today.
Get Blockchain Ready with FoodLogiQ On-Demand Demo
Watch the demo and learn what blockchain is, what it isn’t and what it will take for blockchain to be successful in the food supply chain.
GS1 and Blockchain: What this Means for the Food Industry
Through the use of GS1 Standards, data stored by planned blockchain networks could be formatted for shared communications and data.
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