TrustBIX blog: How Blockchain Can Support Food Supply Chain Management
Imagine a distributed set of computers, openly accessible to trusted parties, that each serves as synchronized ledgers of reliable information regarding transactions taking place amongst a group of business partners
These computers also allow you to execute workflows to fulfill pre-agreed contracts involving numerous parties without relying on separate or centralized systems and databases so that no data migration and reconciliation is required. Once transactions are recorded, no changes to those records may be made.
A distributed ledger with no centralized control, immutable records, and an ability to execute transactions amongst parties based on “smart” contracts are all potential features of blockchain solutions.
“The two blockchain platforms, BIX and TT Chain, will work together to provide customers with precise information about the transactions at any given stage of a supply chain“
Our February 2023 Issue
In our Feb 2024 issue, we highlight meeting emissions and climate targets for meat companies, Indigenous Ag boosting the GDP by more than a billion, support for dairy, poultry and egg processors, USDA’s pilot project to help processors access high-value beef grading, and kicking off IFFA 2025, and much more!