Arkansas Farming Cooperative Trials Blockchain to Track Chicken Shipments
A livestock farming cooperative in Arkansas is taking part in a blockchain supply chain trial.
A livestock farming cooperative in Arkansas is taking part in a blockchain product tracking trial.
Grass Roots Farmers' Cooperative, in conjunction with San Francisco-based supplier Golden State Meat Company and UK blockchain startup Provenance, are using the tech to track shipments of poultry.
Cody Hopkins, Grass Roots' general manager, wrote:
The news is the latest indication that this particular blockchain use case – tracking the movements of physical goods through digital updates – is gaining traction. Earlier this week, word emerged that Australia's largest grain exporter is testing the tech for a similar purpose.
Provenance has been working on supply chain solutions since it was first formed in 2013, and recently received $800,000 in seed funding.
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