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VeChain increases traceability of Chinese pork products

June 7, 2020

The traceability-oriented blockchain project, VeChain has announced a partnership with the Chinese company Shenzhen Yuhongtai Foods Company. This way, Shenzhen can track pork products. distributed by the Meijiada Fresh Foods retail branch.

The company will receive detailed information on how the pork sold by Meijiada was grown and how it leads to supermarketsThe fresh meat products sold by the chain must be sold on the same day of the harvest.

Products that are not sold are “systematically collected and processed and not sold the next day”.

Blockchain to track the highest quality pork in China

VeChain increases traceability of Chinese pork productsVeChain increases traceability of Chinese pork products

Meijada will use the ToolChain and VeChain blockchain to provide detailed data on the origin, processing and logistical information of the meat produced by the Chinese retailer.

Consumers can access irrefutable data that support the supply chain and production of Meijada’s pork products. Scan a QR code on the packaging of the company’s products.

Meijiada and Shenzhen Yuhongtai Foods emphasized that more products will be included in the company’s blockchain program in the future.

DLT-based supply chain solutions are increasing

With the increasing acceptance of DLT technology (Distributed Ledger Technology), the competition between companies that want to position themselves as a bridge between big business and blockchain increases.

Late May Amazon has filed a patent for a blockchain-based system to track goods moving through the supply chain. India’s largest port operator Apsez has partnered with IBM’s TradeLens platform to digitize supply chain processes.

Ontology (ONT) recently partnered with German digital identity company Spherity to drive progress in supply chain-based identity solutions.

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