SALT launches online tool that hopes to improve the traceabilty of seafood by bringing together organisations across the globe.
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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,…
Traceability is increasingly a 'must' for food and beverage manufacturers seeking to provide greater visibility to their customers, consumers and government regulators.
Whole genome sequencing (WGS) has become the ultimate test to display the order of every base pair in an entire length of DNA...
The initiative was instigated by key industry stakeholders and is set to be rolled out from 2019.
The regulations, which will come into effect next year, have been finalised at a time when Canada-America food trade relations are under the spotlight.
Making a future for heritage grains, cereals grown by robots, without direct human intervention, and greater food supply chain assurance, provided by blockchain technology, are the three big ideas behind this year’s contenders for the BBC Farming Today Future Food Award.
New research from the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) shows that €60 billion is lost each year due to counterfeiting in 13 economic sectors - including wine and spirits.
18 May 2018 | By Bruker
Adulteration with sugar syrup is the most widely observed honey fraud, with misrepresentation of geographical and/or botanical origin being second. Do we know exactly if it is 100% pure and authentic honey? Despite the existence of regulations and control authorities, many of the food products we consume every day, like…
British retail giant Marks and Spencer has announced a new campaign that "shines a spotlight" on its beef traceability standards.
Dairy cows in several different states were found to have been infected with the strain which led to the hospitalisation of more than 40 people, making it hard for investigators to zero in on a source.
Chicken has been plucked as the first product to go on blockchain in an innovative step by a major French retailer. More products, such as eggs and mince, are set to follow.
Leading scientist and seafood expert Petter Olsen explained to a packed audience why supply chain mapping is so vital and why blockchain - though exciting - has its limitations.