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Using blockchain technology, Total Value Chain collaborates with the world’s leading QSR companies
and its technology partners to create a “standards-based method” of collecting data about the origin,
safety and authenticity of food – and to provide real-time traceability throughout the supply chain.

Getting food from a farm to a consumer’s table involves multiple intermediaries: food suppliers, processors, brokers, retailers, logistics and regulators. Data sharing in this ecosystem is usually limited to groups that have direct contact and no one has a complete, end-to-end view of the supply chain. Although our current system works, information is often incomplete, comes from multiple sources and is in different formats.

When food makes it to the table, there is no way of verifying its origins or packaging claims. One also has to hope that the food

isn’t contaminated because food recalls often aren’t issued in a timely manner. And if there is a recall, one will probably end up throwing out unaffected foods along with contaminated ones. These issues have consumers asking for improved transparency in the food industry. They want to know where their food comes from, as well as how it is grown, harvested and transported.

When applied to the food supply chain, digital product information such as farm origination details, batch numbers, factory and processing data, expiration dates,

storage temperatures and shipping detail are digitally connected to food items and the information is entered into the blockchain along every step of the process.

Each piece of information provides critical data that could potentially reveal food safety issues with the product. The record created by the blockchain can also help organizations better manage the shelf-life of products in individual stores and further strengthen safeguards related to food authenticity.

What can we do for you?

Click here to get in touch with us and find out how we can add value to your supply chain.

Or check our cases studies here


How process management can
improve efficiency using our proprietary SAAS (software as a service) solutions


Our case study with a leading food manufacturer where we improved quality assurance and complaints management using UnitXPro, the unit management solution platform


Our experts speak on the future of automated processes in SCM


The discussion on the use of data and artificial intelligence to improve SCM operations