ALDI, a leader in the global grocery industry, finds itself in the crosshairs of the steady march of digital innovation. Can it transform its supply chain to succeed in a digital-first world?
The impact of Brexit on Kerry Group Ireland has incredibly close geographic and economic ties to the UK, with Irish exports to the UK representing 35% of total Irish exports. As such, Brexit was always going to have significant impact […]
Food producers, such as pizza-maker Prodal of Italy, are embracing digitalization to keep pace with evolving consumer preferences.
Fossil-fuel powered mechanized agriculture has led to rapid growth in the food supply and staved off human starvation for over 200 years. Today, climate change, caused by those very fossil fuels, is leading to undernourishment in vulnerable populations. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations is fighting this trend.
Smithfield Foods produces almost 19 million hogs per year as part of their business model which sells over 8 billion pounds of processed meat. As climate change impacts the costs of many of their production inputs, are they positioned to survive?
Impact of trade isolationism on Associated British Foods
How can Wal-Mart China improve its food supply chain with the blockchain?
IBM is trying to use Blockchain to save the food supply chain billions in costs and also it's own legacy in the technology service industry.
Kellogg is adapting its global supply chain to adapt to and mediate its contribution to climate change.
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.