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South Indian State Kerala To Improve Food Supply And Distribution Through Blockchain

June 18, 2018: 12:00 AM EST
South Indian state Kerala is working on a blockchain-based system for food supply and distribution. Led by the Development and Innovation Strategic Council (K-DISC), it will use blockchain and the network technology to track the harvest and circulation of fish, vegetable, and dairy products. To ensure that each product will be monitored from its source and through its distribution, every section of the supply chain will have an ID number. In addition to improving the supply chain, the state hopes to be able to leverage the technology to make its crop insurance scheme more robust and more efficient, with greater clarity about reasons for crop loss and less need for third-party intermediaries.[Image Credit: © Kerala Development and Innovation Strategic Council (K-DISC)]
Marie Huillet, "South Indian State of Kerala to Use Blockchain Tech in Food Supply, Distribution", Coin Telegraph, June 18, 2018, © Cointelegraph
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