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Blockchain Can Prevent Food Fraud

Blockchain Can Prevent Food Fraud "Sometimes the very best breakfast eats are the simplest."

According to the Regulatory Review, blockchain technology could help prevent fraud in food supply chain.

When a family in the United States eats a piece of fish for dinner, they could be eating seafood caught near Fiji by a Chinese vessel, shipped to a packing plant in Thailand, and sold to a distributor in Mexico before it ever reached a U.S. wholesaler and finally a supermarket chain in Chicago

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