Our globalized industrial food system is under increasing pressure to deliver high quality, healthy food at a low cost to a rapidly growing population. Recent food scandals have revealed the cracks that appear when a system is under this kind of pressure – from food fraud and illegal production, to foodborne illness and product recalls.
Could Blockchains provide the traceability and transparency that the food industry needs?
Future Food-Tech New York partner Davis Wright Tremaine has shared a new research report, Blockchains & Food Security in the Supply Chain, analyzing how blockchains can further increase transparency, efficiency and food safety.
Lance Koonce, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine will speak on Food Safety, Traceability & The Supply Chain at Future Food-Tech New York on June 7 – 8. He joins a prestigious speaking faculty, including:
Register today and join a 200+ delegate for your chance to network with CEOs, major food brands, retailers, VCs and accelerators, to create new partnerships and collaborations in food safety, personalized nutrition, plant-based proteins and gut health.
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