Bumble Bee becomes first company to use blockchain platform for tuna tracking
Bumble Bee adopts blockchain for tuna traceability.
(UNITED STATES, 3/27/2019)
Bumble Bee Foods is now using SAP’s blockchain cloud platform to track yellowfin tuna, enabling anglers, buyers, pre-processors and canners to track the movement of fish from origin to packaging via a transparent, real-time supply chain platform.
The blockchain platform allows consumers to scan the QR code and see information on where the fish was caught – and the journey it took on its way to the store.
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