Tackling Food Supply Chain Challenges
We understand the enterprise supply chain’s challenges in
dealing with multi-nation, multi-system operations. With
massive amounts of manual paperwork and multiple procedural
hassles, freight processes today are complex, inefficient,
and expensive - and that is what we aim to change with
Blockchain powered Organic Ledger. Every participant in the
food supply chain faces challenges that could include -
- Lack of transparency of data and information
- Inability to hold a stakeholder accountable
- Manage documentation
- Sustainable sourcing
- Working with regulatory authorities to speed the certification process.
- We will get information about the supply chain information, the suppliers, the basic ingredients.
- Mapping the challenges like traceability or quality and IoT sensors.
Digitization of Product
- Digital Food Bundle creation
- Organic Ledger helps define user and data access restrictions. Protocols defiend are adjusted according to needs of clients.
Organic Ledger will help solve these challenges.
In the sea of producers, all ‘claiming’ Natural, Organic, Healthy options – genuine products are often lost. Great products need to differentiate themselves from the pack and source tracing is the future-ready solution! The information on the package is not enough to enforce the trust in the eyes of consumers, regulators and exporters.
Reduce Food Recall and Wastage with Technology and Cooperation
Eliminating Food Recall
The sourcing of produce from multiple locations across the world is a complex system. The massive number of events, locations, handling, transactions makes it very challenging to identify the point of occurrence and reasons for damage/contamination. The gap in availing trusted data on the produce journey is one of the key elements in failing to trace the point of quality management failure.
Organic Ledger will provide real-time insight into the origin of a product and provides handling information of the raw product/s, and data on how it is gathered and proceeds through the system for delivery.
Reducing food wastage
From inaccurate forecasting, improper storage, to not being able to identify a specific bundle of produce that was contaminated, the reasons for the massive amount of food wastage are many. Blockchain technology has the ability to eliminate these loopholes in the food supply chain systems. By providing suppliers, manufacturers, retailers, and other participants in the network a digital ID, the entries can be traced back to the owner with much tighter accountability. This helps in keeping every participant aware of possible events that affect the supply chain.
With the use of IoT devices, storage information is more easily accessible to identify the storage conditions and fix the gap that may affect the product quality – thus prevent spoilage.