A Blockchain Story
To provide small food producers with an affordable blockchain based tool that enables them to create transparency, ensure accountability, build trust, determine freshness, enhance food safety, and minimize waste.
Whats is blockchain
In an nutshell, a blockchain is a growing list of records, called blocks, that are linked using cryptography. Each block contains a cryptographic hash of the previous block, a timestamp, and transaction data.
By design, a blockchain is immutable. It is "an open, distributed ledger that can record transactions between two parties efficiently and in a verifiable and permanent way."
How to be part of the movement
Our goal is to provide a personalized (plug-and-play) solution to every partner that we work with. "Contact us to teach us more about your business and your needs so that we can create the perfect transparency solution for you!"
Who we are:
We are two guys, each with over 10 years of experience in our respective crafts, one in blockchain, and the other one as a small specialty cured meat producer. Our respective expertise in both blockchain and small scale food production makes us uniquely qualified to effectively meet the needs of small scale food producers hungry to ensure and share traceability, transparency, accountability, and trust in their products.
Create transparency in their supply chain to empower their consumers to know exactly where their food is coming from.
Ensure accountability across your supply chain through transparent, up to the minute, and inmutable record keeping.
Build trust among their customers by proving the authenticity of claims through an immutable, untouchable, secure information ledger.
Determine freshness by telling you exactly when a product was made, and how long raw materials spent between harvest and production.
ENHANCE FOOD SAFETY
Enhance food safety by identifying the root of contamination in minutes, not days, weeks, or months, allowing for laser focused and fast recalls if necessary.
Minimize waste by tracking the supply chain, allowing for the identification of spoilage, damage, or other factors that cause a products disposal.
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