Digital collaboration in the food and drink supply chain

This report from the UK’s Internet of Food Things Network Plus discusses how digital technologies can help food system actors to collaborate on addressing food system challenges such as traceability, food safety, efficiency, sustainability, health and waste.

Examples include online farmers’ markets that sell directly to customers, an app to track cocoa beans as they move through a supply chain free of slave labour, sharing data on cattle genetics to improve milk quality, and using data to assist logistical planning for a reusable food container startup.

Read the full report, Digital collaboration in the food and drink production supply chain, here. See also the Foodsource building block What is sustainable intensification?

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13 Jan 2020
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