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Cerealia is Revolutionizing Agriculture Through Tokens for Grain Deals

Blockchain in agriculture is evolving. In the Swiss crop trading blockchain company, Cerealia, technology has been piloted that makes it possible to trade grain using virtual tokens. Blockchain Easing Deals in Agriculture According to Filipe Pohlmann Gonzaga, the Chief Operating Officer of Pully, Switzerland, Cerealia SA has developed a non-fungible token supported by 30,000 metric Read More

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Blockchain platform connects Indian farmers to UAE food industry

Agriota E-Marketplace may give farmers in India more access to the UAE’s multi-billion dollar food industry. Food industry officials in the United Arab Emirates may soon have a blockchain-based supply chain to obtain agricultural products directly from India. According to an Aug. 31 report, officials in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will be using Agriota E-Marketplace, a new platform that employs blockchain technology to bridge the gap between farmers in India and the nation’s food industry. Agriota reportedly provides transparency by verifying the food supply chain from Indian farms to food processing companies, traders and wholesalers in the UAE. Essentially,…

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Farmers Could Soon Be Hedging Their Risks With Decentralized Weather Data

They’re tackling a problem that affects billions of people. Arbol, a platform that allows farmers to hedge weather risks, is integrating Chainlink data oracles.Arbol's CEO, Siddhartha Jha, told Cointelegraph that the company uses blockchain technology to solve a problem that affects billions of people around the world:“It's crazy that so much of the world's livelihood, it's about two to three billion people, they estimate, is affected by weather day to day.”Farmers are likely the hardest hit by weather unpredictability. For many, severe weather conditions can lead to the loss of their livelihood, or even starvation. Although farmer insurance has been around…

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USDA Proposes Blockchain Ledger for Organic Product Supply Chain

The USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service is proposing the department utilize DLT to trace the supply chain of organic products. The U.S. Department of Agriculture has proposed amending its rules on organic products to include implementing blockchain technology to trace its supply chain.According to an Aug. 5 report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS), the agency said it expects electronic tracking systems, including digital ledger technology (DLT), will play an “essential role” in the traceability of its supply chain of organic products.“DLT can provide secure, verifiable, transparent, and near-instantaneous tracking at the item level in complex…

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Blockchain: A Bliss for the Agri-Food industry

This article throws light upon the challenges faced by the Agri-food businesses around the globe especially in the developing and underdeveloped economies and how Blockchain technology is the road ahead for overcoming challenges of the industry from farm to fork. Originally, the processing of raw materials and the storing of perishable commodities used for food preparation was carried on a family or artisan scale. However, it was only after the industrial revolution when agri-food came into existence. Today, the agri-food industry is situated at the center of a very important economic complex that we call the “food system”, the purpose…

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