In terms of blockchain adoption for supply chain, other countries seem to be moving further, faster than the US. Thoughts?
- Food-tech venture Transparent Path adds veteran technology execs
- CNN: Could blockchain help you become a more ethical shopper?
- GeekWire: Starbucks unveils real-time traceability feature in its app
- CBS News: Texas company recalls contaminated water, unapproved herbs, then shuts down
- Despite a “crypto winter,” blockchain-for-food projects push forward to reduce risk in the US food supply
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Listening to Danny Wegman sharing a story of food poisoning scare that triggered more information sharing with consumers (“cook this beef to 165F or risk serious illness”) by Wegman’s — it created a sales INCREASE. #gfsi2020
Our rainforests are burning. Read “Ripe for change: preserving our future by transforming agricultural systems” by Transparent Path director of experience Paulé Wood
Watching @TMobile ‘s Sr Dir of 5G Strategy & Partnerships Daniel Herb talk about what T-Mo is doing in the #5G #IoT space @ @hdwpioneers @thinkspace
IBM Food Trust’s Kurt Wedgwood discussing enterprise blockchain at #SeattleDevcon with @hashgraph‘s Cooper Kunz (hey @ManceHarmon!), @j0j0r0 of DragonChain, Jan Young and (Danny Wolf?!?)
#SeattleDevcon schedule for the Industry Stage has changed and @Weave will speak on #supplychain and #socialimpact at 2:00pm PT rather than 1:00. Come hear how blockchain can stop food and energy waste!