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FoodLogiQ Plans Blockchain Pilot To Increase Transparency In Food Supply Chains

June 5, 2018: 12:00 AM EST
Working with a series of partners, FoodLogiQ plans to explore ways blockchain can be used to boost supply chain transparency and food traceability. FoodLogiQ CTO, Charles Irizarry, says that blockchain in the food supply chain is still in its “infantile stage” and argues that companies need to better understand the business issues they face before implementing solutions. FoodLogiQ, which recently raised $19.5 million in funding, plans to test its software-as-a-service solution with a range of partners, including AgBiome Innovations, Subway/Independent Purchasing Cooperative, Testo, and Tyson Foods. Its pilot is expected to start in Q3 2018 and the company is seeking additional partners to work with.[Image Credit: © oodLogiQ: Food Safety, Traceability and Sustainability]
Katy Jones , "FoodLogiQ Announces Blockchain Pilot Alongside Industry Leaders", FoodLogiQ , June 05, 2018, © FoodLogiQ: Food safety, traceability and sustainability
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