Walmart bets big on blockchain to improve its food supply chain management.
The tank container industry has struggled with sluggish demand and increased competition. How can Stolt Tank Containers position its digital ecosystem at the center of service for their customers?
Tesco admitted wasting 30,000 tonnes of food in 2013. Now it is using apps, big data, and analytics to cut down on food waste and redistribute it to people in need.
To sustain growth in China Walmart needs to manage a reliable and safe food supply. Their solution partnering with IBM is blockchain. Blockchain will allow consumers to trace the source, environmental impact, treatment, and transactions of any product they buy.
For Blue Diamond Growers, almond demand is growing and acreage is increasing; however, supply is being threatened by climate change, specifically droughts in the California region.
Walmart is one of the largest retailers in the world with one of the most complex global supply chains. How are they using blockchain to revolutionize their ability to track food and drive value across multiple dimensions?
Can Plenty, Inc. scale the vertical farming model and combat agriculture's impact on climate change?
With animal agriculture increasingly recognised as the largest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, will McDonald's make meaningful changes to its supply chain and business model?
In the face of global warming and extreme weather, how will Tesco respond to keep Brits supplied with lettuce all year round?
The use of blockchain technology in food distribution supply chains produces many customer and consumer transparency benefits. Is Sysco moving fast enough to stay ahead of its industry?