Within the global food supply chain, seafood logistics are among the most compromised, due to the widespread misuse of labels and direct seafood fraud. Marine conservation non-profit Oceana published a report on the extent of seafood fraud within North America. Its research showed that the U.S. was particularly vulnerable, as 90% of all the country’s seafood is imported – often from Southeast Asia.
Unisot, a Norwegian blockchain-based company, is working to bring visibility into global seafood supply chains. Unisot’s platform is powered by blockchain and provides all parties within the network a ‘universal source of truth’ to the end-to-end movement of shipment – from origin to the end customer.
Full article by Vishnu Rajamanickam – www.freightwaves.com