Jul 08, 2019 at 13:21
Nestlé to Use Blockchain for Milk and Palm Oil
The Swiss global food and drink firm Nestlé has announced a blockchain-based project that will take shape in the Italian food sector starting with milk and palm oil.
Jun 30, 2019 at 10:46
Italy to Add Another Use Case for Blockchain in Supply Chain
Italy will add another major use case for blockchain tech in supply chain tracking. This time around, the technology will be used to track cod and artichokes. Bofrost, a startup dealing in frozen food products, has adopted to apply the EY OpsChain Traceability solution that is developed on Ethereum’s Blockchain. Among the two products to be traceable using this blockchain system are the Northern Cod Fillets plus the Artichoke Heart Slices, probably early next month.
Jun 12, 2019 at 12:22
Blockchain to Increase Food Traceability Quality in Italy
The Politecnico di Milano has published a Smart Agrifood Observatory booklet detailing the significant impact of digital innovation on the food traceability process, efficiency and benefits of using blockchain and other innovative technologies for traceability, enhancing food quality and multiplying revenues, opportunities and problems provided by blockchain for product traceability in Italy.
Italy to Use Blockchain in Baby Food to Enhance its Safety
Italy has always been at the forefront of innovation and security. An Italian startup plans to apply blockchain to baby nutrition safety. The company promises to ensure the safety of 90% of the ingredients used in nutrition products for children within a year.
MiSE and M5S to Protect Made in Italy Brand Using Blockchain
In an effort to have zero tolerance for fake Made in Italy products, the government, through the ministry of economic development (MiSE), 5 Star Movement (M5S) and other authorities, is exploring the potential of blockchain and distributed ledger technology.
Italy Explores Blockchain to Trace Goods in Various Markets
Blockchain solutions allow tracking goods through the entire supply chain. A large number of consumers in Italy are highly interested in knowing their origin, how these products are manufactured, handled, transported and other important processes being involved. Companies need to up their game to meet the demands of their customers.
Blockchain Tech to Revolutionize Food Sector in Italy
With the world running at a very high speed, it is estimated that by 2030, more than 70% of the existing jobs in Italy will no longer exist. This is a period of digital disruption – where technology including blockchain, internet of things, smart contract, artificial intelligence, and others, is at the center of everything. The change depends on available data and their value.
Italian Firm Applies Blockchain in its Production Chain
The whole production chain of one of the market giants in the production of Bufala Campana PDO and derivatives mozzarella, will be visible to consumers through blockchain and a QR code which will enable all information to be fully accessed by scanning with smartphone.