Volkswagen Group has joined an initiative tracking mineral supply chains using a platform built on IBM Blockchain.
Iota and internet of things firm Evrythng are integrating their solutions to provide greater transparency for supply chains in the consumer goods sector
Swiss food giant Nestle and French retailer Carrefour are now letting consumers access product data via IBM's Food Trust platform.
Portland State University researchers have created a blockchain protocol to fight counterfeit pharmaceuticals
The world's biggest business organization is making blockchain available to its many members including Amazon, Coca Cola, McDonald's and PayPal.
Albertsons Companies, the world's second-largest supermarket chain by sales, has joined IBM's food tracking blockchain.
The U.K. is on the brink of a previously unthinkable 'hard Brexit' from the European Union. A solution could be found in the capabilities of blockchain.
Two “blockchain-ready” food safety products have been introduced by multinational food technology giant Bühler
Following a strategic agreement with Shanghai Bank, China Shipbuilding Industry Company Limited will explore applying blockchain tech to upstream supply chain financing
The Coffee Board of India has launched a blockchain-based e-marketplace for coffee producers in order to reduce intermediaries between coffee growers and buyers