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  • Nestlé shows transparency with blockchain tracking
  • Nestlé shows transparency with blockchain tracking
    Phuong Tran (2018) ©
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Nestlé shows transparency with blockchain tracking

As part of a push to demonstrate sustainability, Nestlé has made it possible for consumers to track product supply chains using blockchain technology. With people growing increasingly concerned about the journey their food makes from farm to aisle, brands are stepping up their transparency efforts.

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