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Blockchain will allow salmon to be tracked from sea to dinner plate

Blockchain will allow salmon to be tracked from sea to dinner plate With a new blockchain initiative from top exporter Norway, consumers around the world will soon be able to get to know the intricate life details of the salmon they eat. The Norwegian Seafood Association has collaborated with International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) and technology provider Atea ASA to collect data on how salmon are bred, processed, and delivered, which can ultimately be accessed by customers by scanning a QR code. This will help manufacturers in Norway distinguish their quality goods from other exporters, curb fraud in origin, and…

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Why digital traceability can accelerate the aquacultural revolution

Aquaculture has been going through something of a revolution. It’s easy to forget that aquaculture is a relatively new industry, with the most established farms having gotten their start in only the late 20th century. However, it’s a good thing they did. Seafood producers using acquaculture now account for more than half of all fish […] The post Why digital traceability can accelerate the aquacultural revolution appeared first on Blockchain Pulse: IBM Blockchain Blog.

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