The technology company has organized a virtual hackathon that runs until August 23.
A multistate outbreak has been linked to ground bison from Quebec-based Northfork Bison Distributions, Inc.
To fully harness the tremendous potential blockchain brings to the food supply chain, all participants must collaborate and share information as equal partners.
In addition, the agency is launching an artificial intelligence and machine learning pilot program to assess imported food.
This complimentary event will address technologies that enable end-end-to-end visibility from farm to fork, emerging technologies and how to get the C-suite buy in.
The produce company will use FoodLogiQ’s supplier management and reporting solutions.
The desire (and requirement) for more information about products in the supply chain is altering how companies interact internally and externally.
The agency released an overview of its investigation, with the finding that one farm in Santa Barbara County, California tested positive for the outbreak strain of E.coli O157:H7—but also that that one farm cannot explain the whole outbreak.
Last year’s E. coli outbreaks put a spotlight on the food safety challenges facing the fresh food industry.
2018 was the year of buzz for blockchain. Questions remain over its potential, benefits and complete adoption by the food industry.