The food value chain is worth $8.1 trillion and employs hundreds of millions of people. However, it continues to suffer from food safety issues.
UNISOT founder Stephan Nilsson told CoinGeek the pilot has been quite a success so far, with the company developing two apps—one for commercial use and the other for retail use.
SeafoodChain enters Pilot Phase with three customers involved, all from separate areas of the seafood industry value chain. They are integrating the SeafoodChain solution into their business processes and ERP system, enabling them to track halibut along the supply chain from fish eggs to plate.
ARYZE spoke with Stephan Nilsson, founder and CEO of UNISOT. He shared with us how Satoshi’s white paper inspired him to found UNISOT, the need for improved supply chain management, and how blockchain can be leveraged for social impact.
Orsi Parkanyi from Oslo Blockchain Cluster is talking with Stephan Nilsson, Co-Founder
Sustainability and traceability of product are key to the seafood sector. Now, seafood products and their history can be stored on the immutable blockchain.
The seafood industry is one of the fastest growing industries in the global food industry. Today’s consumers are becoming more conscious and regulators are becoming more demanding. This requires more accurate, instant and comprehensive information regarding food products and their history.
Speaking at CoinGeek London, CEO Stephan Nilsson said it will cover the entire journey “from sea to plate,” managing what he called “one of the most important and fastest-growing industries in the world.”