Blockchain offers opportunities throughout food value chain
Companies that want to remain successful in the future food value chain should start to explore options for participating in blockchain initiatives in order to help them lower costs, increase efficiencies, offer sustainable products and explore opportunities for creating new value, also benefiting the consumer, according to the report ‘Blockchain: The Trigger for Disruption in the Food Value Chain’.
The blockchain can be used to reduce costs and/or increase the value of end products or raw materials by using the information that accompanies products. The data also creates opportunities for developing products and services based on intelligence (Press Release Rabobank, 7 December 2017).
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