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The new collaboration hopes to create a platform hosting accessible information on the provenance of livestock and the food it produces.
The march of blockchain conquered new territory this week with the announcement that a brewery has used the technology to make one of its beers and ingredients fully traceable.
Could Brexit mean strengthening local supply networks, boosting ethical standards and bringing the consumer and their farmer back together? Sean Crossey, Digital Marketing Analyst with Arc-Net explores the opportunities in the future for Britain's farmers.
Arc-net and PwC Netherlands sign a deal to bring blockchain to the centre-stage in the fight against food fraud.
"Only 33% of consumers trust food manufacturers to ensure that food is safe to eat." How safe actually is the food we consume? Sean Crossey at arc-net investigates...
Food Fraud 2017 highlighted just how serious an issue food fraud has become. It's organised, criminal and widespread, but there are solutions that we must explore...