07 Startup Companies Apply Blockchain in the Agricultural Industry

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Sep 14, 2019 · 4 min read

As the cryptocurrency marketplace strong growth, people know more about Blockchain technology - be predicted to change the world in all areas such as finance, bank, education, and agriculture. Nowadays, having a number of companies are using blockchain and smart contracts technology to solve social and environmental issues. Here are 07 of them tackling food and agriculture.

Ripe.io

Startup Ripe.io uses blockchain technology to track crops, yield higher quality crops and put trusted information in the hands of farmers, distributors, and consumers. it’s also worth noting that traceability can help growers deliver quality products to food processors or grain buyers. And even more, they’ll be able to stay on top of asset exchange through the blockchain.

AgriLedger

The AgriLedger solution revolutionizes the supply chain through the power of Blockchain technology. It will provide many benefits for the farmers and suppliers including efficiency and traceability — two elements that are presently lacking and are creating serious issues in the ecosystem today. This will go a long way towards assuring food safety and security.

TE-FOOD

TE-FOOD is a farm-to-table traceability solution, covering all logistics and food quality activities and data management of the supply chain. It provides solutions to all these activities from object identification and product serialization, to data capture through interfaces or our B2B mobile app, data storage on blockchain, data processing to follow custom protocols and tools to present the food history to the consumers.

AgriChain

AgriChain is a platform based on blockchain technology to support traditional, established agricultural supply chains with a dynamic and seamless management software solution. This is a simple-to-use, secure, independent platform that connects and transfers information between supply chain participants. AgriChain builds networks amongst key stakeholders and improves time to market while reducing supply chain costs and inefficiencies.

Pipeline Foods

The company Pipeline Foods aims to increase the supply of organic foods that can pay the grower well above the worth of conventionally-grown crops. That said, It’s basically the responsibility of organic farmers to capture comprehensive production data, sign on its accuracy and share the information with relevant certifying agencies. Of course, doing this will boost the efficiency of data entry and even better, improve the frequency of data verification via the blockchain.

Provenance

“Provenance” helps brands and retailers build customer trust through transparency. Powered by blockchain and open data, this platform gathers and shares key product information and journeys in a way that’s secure, trustworthy and accessible. “Provenance” will prove authenticity (Is this product what it claims to be?) and origin (Where does this product come from?), so shoppers can know and choose quality products. This process will prevent the selling of fake goods, as well as the problem of ‘double spending’ of certifications present in current systems.

“Provenance” towards to build a network of honest businesses, and equip them with the tools they need to prove what matters most about their goods: from the source of their ingredients to their impact on the environment and society.

OriginTrail

OriginTrail is a unique solution, brings trusted data sharing to global supply chains by utilizing blockchain technology. The OriginTrail Decentralized Network (ODN) is built for data integrity and validation in inter-organizational environments, based on globally recognized standards and powerful graph data structures. It helps them build transparency and improves the integrity of product data and drives efficiencies for stakeholders.

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