Marcus de Wilde, Applied Blockchain

Blockchain generating confidence with smart contracts

Food fraud could be losing the food and drink industry up to £12bn annually, according to a report by NFU Mutual (2017), and high profile cases of deliberate substitution of and tampering with food has impacted consumer confidence.

A technology called blockchain, which provides a secure audit trail for transactions in the food value-chain, could be a way of proving the provenance of products, and this is the theme of our 24th April Pollinator networking event.


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