IBM’s Food Blockchain Is Going Live With a Supermarket Giant on Board
IBM is taking its food-tracking blockchain into production and has already signed up European supermarket giant Carrefour.
The system records the weight and location of the scallops as they are taken from the ocean and tracks them across the supply chain.
Swiss food giant Nestle and French retailer Carrefour are now letting consumers access product data via IBM's Food Trust platform.
Chef Aarón Sánchez showed us how food can hit the blockchain and our bellies.
Albertsons Companies, the world's second-largest supermarket chain by sales, has joined IBM's food tracking blockchain.
The software giant now has up to a dozen enterprise customers using live blockchain applications.