Browsing the "Food and Drink" Tag

Miller Lite Teams With Blockchain Firm for Customer Engagement Game

| Daniel Palmer

Miller Lite has partnered with a blockchain marketing company for a promotional game that utilizes blockchain and crypto collectibles.

Retail Giant Carrefour Saw Sales Boost From Blockchain Tracking

| Benedict Alibasa

Supermarket chain Carrefour has reportedly attributed a recent increase in sales to its use of blockchain tracking for food products.

Nestle, Carrefour Team Up to Feed Consumers Data With IBM Blockchain

| Yogita Khatri

Swiss food giant Nestle and French retailer Carrefour are now letting consumers access product data via IBM's Food Trust platform.

Ant Financial Is Launching a Blockchain App to Tackle Food Fraud

| Wolfie Zhao

Alibaba payments affiliate Ant Financial is poised to launch a blockchain platform next month, alongside an application that tracks rice shipments.

This Crypto Vending Machine Can Tell If You’re 21 And Sell You Beer

| Pete Rizzo

Blockchain technology startup Civic will demo how its ID verification services can be used to purchase alcohol via vending machines at Consensus 2018.

Turkeycoin? Food Giant Cargill Launches Blockchain Tracking Pilot

| Nikhilesh De

American agricultural conglomerate Cargill is testing a blockchain platform to track the provenance of turkey products.

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Walmart, Kroger & Nestle Team with IBM Blockchain to Fight Food Poisoning

| Michael del Castillo

A new consortium being spearheaded by IBM is seeking to use blockchain to improve global food safety – and cut costs for suppliers.

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Counting Chickens: Can Blockchain Restore Trust in China’s Food Supply?

| Noelle Acheson

A new Chinese food-tracking initiative hints at the power of blockchain to improve society's deeper issues.

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Alibaba Turns to Blockchain in Fight Against Food Fraud

| Daniel Palmer

E-commerce giant Alibaba has teamed up with PwC to develop a system to fight food fraud using blockchain tech.

How Bitcoin’s Technology Could Make Supply Chains More Transparent

| Reid Williams

Reid Williams and Joe Gerber examine how the technology behind bitcoin could make supply chains much more transparent.