Manufacturers must provide more data than ever to support farm-to-fork traceability, sustainability initiatives, safety regulations, and ever-changing consumer trends. Your flow of goods and data may be well optimized within the organization. But anything beyond your walls is hard to access, let alone standardize and manage.
As the saying goes, you manage what you measure. If you’re only tracking the hubs of your supply chain, you’ll only see the flow of product through those points. An automated approach follows each batch from the moment it’s produced, snowballing massive amounts of data as it moves through the chain.
“We used to take information just at the factory entry points, not really looking at all the details of the flow. We had all the elements, a batch code, quantity, certificates…. but we couldn’t track each part of the flow or control certificates at each step.”
Connecting Food automatically generates digital twins at the farm stage and tracks the product on the blockchain. Once it arrives at a manufacturing facility, the food’s digital twin contains a unique, comprehensive history that can be leveraged for traceability, transparency, and recall mitigation.
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Implementation is rapid and painless.
As a result, your real-world, real-time product data will feed customers’ demand for transparency and set you apart from the competition.