supply chain integrity (2)

10472537677?profile=RESIZE_400xThis study examines the use of blockchain from farm to fork to increase food safety/security and integrity by increasing the transparency of the monitoring systems in the supply chain. Blockchain ensures that all the data from farm to fork is shared, but cannot be tampered with, by the different actors along the supply chain.TinyML is a new technology device, which is embedded in the food consignement and monitors any abnormalities as a result of spoilage, faulty machine operation, or attempts to tamper with the monitoring devices.

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A food industry intelligence network (FIIN) has been set up to combat the threat of fraud in the supply chain, and is inviting food and drink manufacturers to join its membership base. The Network's remit covers the supply chain integrity and authenticity. FIIN 's Board is co-chaired by Paul Willgoss of M&S, and Helen Sissons of Greencore. Twenty one major food companies have already signed up to the Network. Reports will be prepared by Campden BRI, and Queen's University, Belfast. The Network is already generating an insight into the supply chain authenticity with the help of the intelligence provided by it members, and is looking to expanding the Network to deliver even stronger intelligence providing supply chain integrity on a global level.

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