Nestle, Carrefour Team Up to Feed Consumers Data With IBM Blockchain
Swiss food giant Nestle and French retailer Carrefour are now letting consumers access product data via IBM's Food Trust platform.
Nestlé has added its Zoégas coffee brand to the IBM Food Trust blockchain and partnered with the Rainforest Alliance to bolster the coffee’s data traceability.
Nestle and Carrefour are using IBM's Food Trust blockchain platform to track organic baby milk products "from dairy to shelf."
Braintrust, a tech talent marketplace that will essentially be owned by the IT freelancers and companies using it, has raised an $18 million strategic growth round.
The largest food company by revenue has doubled down on blockchain pilots.
Amazon Web Services has taken its Managed Blockchain service out of preview mode, meaning more firms can now use the platform to build products.