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How can blockchain technology help improve the food industry? New Food hears from two experts about this technology's potential within the sector.
Cargill, Agrocorp and Rabobank worked together via a blockchain solution to ensure intercontinental agricultural trade could take place during the COVID-19 pandemic, and did so in five days.
Blockchain is said to still be in its infancy in terms of widespread use, but a survey from FMCG Gurus has indicated a willingness from consumers to integrate it into food supply chains.
Endorsed by Pope Francis, the resolution stresses the importance of minimising AI technology's risks while effectively exploiting its potential benefits.
Emerging technologies are promising a safer and more transparent supply chain, but can we ever truly trust these new innovations? Ahead of her contribution to the food fraud panel at Food Integrity 2020, Julie Pierce tells New Food why we should trust in blockchain.
Leaders from the food and beverage industry will come together in New Food's two-day event next year to discuss how we, as an industry, can improve the integrity of our systems. Experts will debate a range of key topics; among the skilled speakers is Julie Pierce of the FSA, who…
FoodBytes! London 2019 is looking for food and agtech startups with a disruptive impact on the food industry and supply chain, including sustainable farming, packaging, traceability solutions, environmentally-friendly ingredients, and food waste reduction.
It’s been more than ten years since the Satoshi Nakamoto published his whitepaper Bitcoin: A peer-to-peer electronic cash system. While Bitcoin itself has divided many and attracted criticism, the technology that it is built upon, the blockchain, has garnered significant interest due to its promise of immutable digital record-keeping. Here,…