Blockchain technology can help guarantee the security and trustworthiness of food as it travels from the farmer to the fork. You can also check the path it took to travel safely - what countries and places it passed through, etc.
IBM has come up with IBM Food Trust, a blockchain-based system that helps track food from source to table.
Migros, Switzerland's largest supermarket chain, has also come up with a blockchain food tracking system.
For example, the blockchain startup, Devery, is working with the UN World Food Program, along with the Tunisian Ministry of Education, to implement a blockchain-based tracking system for the school meals program.
Blockchain is solving food supply chain problems as well as many other problems we face.
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