Cases of food contamination, counterfeits and requests from consumers for more information on the origin of food are increasing the demand for solutions, both system and global, which can show all actors in the supply chain how to certify traceability and the processing of the processed, distributed and sold product.
Blockchain tech is a communication protocol, a tool based on decentralized system logic - a system where info isn’t kept on a single machine but rather on several devices linked together, known as nodes.
The Lombardy Regional Council has approved the Address Act on the planning of waste management and remediation in recent days. A plan that aims to overcome the very idea of rejection, instead espousing the logic of the circular economy.
The breadth and complexity of the coffee supply chain globally makes traceability a pretty difficult principle to guarantee. The path of the beans is long and articulated: once they grow up they first reach the cooperatives, then move on to the export, shipping and import companies, face the roasting process, and then be managed by distributors and retailers, before reaching the end consumer.
Fintech based on distributed ledgers is conquering textiles thanks to the Italian Ministry of Economic Development (MiSE) project. By making different parts of the supply chain communicate with certain and non-modifiable data, it provides an additional tool to the brand and a weapon against the counterfeiting market.