How Blockchain Can Reduce Food Fraud

Food fraud has been a global problem for what feels like forever. It first came about as an attempt from dishonest individuals to make a profit, and since then has only increased in prevalence as lower-cost alternatives continue to be passed off as their high-value counterparts. Food fraud has now become a pressing issue in

By |2020-06-19T09:44:25-07:00February 25th, 2020|Blockchain, Food Supply Chain, Supply Chain|0 Comments

Track and Trace in the Food Supply Chain: Eggs

Modern-day food supply chains are extremely complex. Especially in today’s age in which recalls are seemingly an everyday occurrence, consumers are wary of what’s on their plate. Thankfully, ShipChain’s Track and Trace Platform tackles this lack of trust by bringing visibility to the food supply chain via blockchain technology. If you’re scratching your head and

By |2020-06-19T09:27:34-07:00February 20th, 2020|Blockchain, Food Supply Chain, Industry, Supply Chain|0 Comments

Before You Eat That, Do You Have Any Idea Where It’s Been? Food Supply Chains on Blockchain

Before you pick up that cherry tomato or prep the chicken, do you really know what you’re about to eat? How often do you think about the actual processes and activities that go on behind the scenes in food supply chains? Produce is grown. Meats are raised. Dairy foods are processed. Others are prepared in

By |2019-06-17T10:41:18-07:00June 17th, 2019|Blockchain, Food Supply Chain, Industry|0 Comments

The State of Technology in Food Supply Chains: Produce

Please enjoy this informative webinar on technology and it's role in food supply chains. We will explore current issues and opportunities in the industry and how technology can be utilized to enhance current supply chain operations. Our esteemed panel is comprised of Lisa Curtis, Founder and CEO of Kuli Kuli; Chris Kupillas, Regional VP

By |2020-03-06T16:53:04-08:00June 6th, 2019|Blockchain, Food Supply Chain, Industry, Webinar|0 Comments

Food Recalls: What Makes Romaine Lettuce So Special?

If you’re like me, you have probably wondered why the same foods keep getting tangled up in the major recalls. For example, what is it about romaine lettuce that makes it so susceptible to bacterial contamination? I always thought salads were the best choice on the menu, but have I been wrong this whole time?

Recalls and Blockchain: How Blockchain Can Aid in and Ultimately Prevent Recalls

There is a problem with food and drug supply chains. In the last few years, numerous recalls have occurred following the identification of cancer-causing chemicals in medications, and foodborne illness outbreaks, including the E. Coli Romaine lettuce recall of Thanksgiving. These recalls make one thing clear: there needs to be better traceability in the supply

By |2020-07-01T10:24:13-07:00February 1st, 2019|Blockchain, Food Supply Chain, Industry, Shipping, Supply Chain|0 Comments