The IBM Food Trust was announced last year with flagship partner Walmart as perhaps the largest food traceability project ever undertaken. Here’s a first look at the dashboard.
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Despite a "crypto winter," #blockchain-for-#food projects push forward to reduce risk in the US #foodsupply: https://t.co/uTVVALaahi
#WAState Legislature introduces bill #SB5638 to clarify language and terminology used by blockchain and ledgers, as well as legal status around messages and contracts created via #DLT. Helps startups - a step in the right direction. https://t.co/vV9FcK4OZo
We've joined WeWork Labs' Seattle accelerator as a founding member of their blockchain group! https://t.co/0mwF3rJeIg
I am THRILLED, seriously thrilled, to announce the addition of @CraigHerkert (former president, Walmart Americas) and @emmergizer (VP of Marketing & Sales for Numi Tea) to our advisory board. And we're all Midwesterners! https://t.co/vh4r9ujua4
The farmer featured in this story quantifies the costs per pound by the loss of trust in his product because of the nationwide recall.
#CDC #romaine #lettuce #recall is a frustrating blow to the #food sector - https://t.co/5CObh5jmn6