AgUnity’s block-chain technology to enhance quality, traceability of indigenous vegetables

KENYA – Virginia Tech’s Center for International Research, Education, and Development has partnered with Egerton University in Kenya and the Australian startup AgUnity to adapt a blockchain-based smartphone app that will help diminish barriers to consumption of better-quality nutritious vegetables. The app, known as AgUnity’s Version 3 App (V.3 App), tracks African indigenous vegetables from the producer to the end consumer. Information about how these vegetables are grown, transported to the market, or processed rarely makes it to the final buyer, which impedes sales especially with the increased demand on…

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Mondelēz International employs blockchain technology to enhance food transparency

US – Europe’s leading food transparency blockchain, Connecting Food has assisted Mondelez International to launch their first food transparency project in the United States, with the iconic cracker brand Triscuit. Connecting Food offers digital transparency solutions which create value for agri-food players and restore consumer confidence in food. The platform is powered by blockchain, a technology which has enabled the engineering of LiveAudit, a fully digitized auditing module that provides real-time traceability of products and audits their quality, ensuring that every promise made to the consumer is upheld. By scanning…

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