Study: Blockchain Can Reduce Food Fraud By $31 Billion Within 5 Years
Joeri Cant's original article for cointelegraph.com reduced by 56%
The food industry could save up to $31 billion in global fraud savings by tracking food on its way from farms to consumers via the blockchain. A Nov. 25 study by Juniper Research reveals that blockchain technology, in combination with Internet of Things sensors and trackers, will greatly reduce retailers' costs by streamlining supply chains, while simplifying regulatory compliance, offering more efficient food recalls, and tackling fraud.
The study points out that the increased adoption of blockchain and IoT in the supply chain industry will add significant value to the food business's supply chain. By stacking these innovative technologies, the food industry could stack up to $31 billion in food fraud savings in just five years. Juniper's research further shows that substantial savings in food fraud can be realized as early as 2021, while compliance costs reportedly can be reduced 30% by 2024.Blockchain and IoT, which each bring their respective strengths, continue to be adopted by the food and beverage industry.
The most-adopted blockchain tracking solution within the field is IBM's Food Trust, which is based on the Hyperledger Fabric blockchain protocol. The platform went live in October 2018, "Millions of individual food products" were reportedly tracked by retailers and suppliers using the Food Trust blockchain.
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