It seems like every week there is a new food scare. Walmart is trying to fix this using Blockchain!
As Trump raises skepticism on China's trade practices and promotes isolationist investment, Walmart should rethink its strategy away from reliance on low labor and manufacturing costs found in China, potentially to invest in its loyal customer base – the everyday American family.
Did you know that the meat and milk we consume emits more greenhouse gases (GHGs) than Exxon’s annual operations? According to the Sustainability Consortium, grocery products emit 1.7 gigatons of GHGs every year, compared to only 577 megatons of GHGs […]
One-third of global food is wasted every year, equating to $1 trillion in annual food waste. Can Walmart, the world’s largest grocer, lead the charge in food waste reduction using the latest digitization techniques?
Walmart will need to consider creative digitalization solutions to improve its supply chain and maintain its dominance in retail over its competitors.
Walmart bets big on blockchain to improve its food supply chain management.
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Walmart, the world’s largest retailer, has announced a blockchain collaboration with IBM to improve the way food is tracked, transported, and sold to consumers.
Walmart is one of the largest retailers in the world with one of the most complex global supply chains. How are they using blockchain to revolutionize their ability to track food and drive value across multiple dimensions?