I had the pleasure to be interviewed by Vibeke, Press Officer at IT University, about my thesis on how blockchain might solve food fraud, with a use case focus on Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
Here is some of the key take aways from the article:
In a blockchain system, it will be registered each time a product is handled in some way. For example, when the olive oil is bottled, certified and transported. This information is visible to everyone in the supply chain, it is constantly updated and cannot be manipulated.
Blockchain is a very young and untested technology, and there are still technical challenges. But the technology offers great opportunities for increasing transparency and traceability in the supply chain, which can benefit both consumers, retailers and suppliers.
Read the whole thing here!