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On behalf of Mitch Chait, CEO of greenfence, thanks to all who joined our session or spoke with us at GFSI 18 in Tokyo! Responding to your requests, this blog post builds on the challenges and potential for blockchain in the food industry.

On behalf of Mitch Chait, CEO of greenfence, thanks to all who joined our session or spoke with us at GFSI 18 in Tokyo! Responding to your requests, this blog post builds on the challenges and potential for blockchain in the food industry.

Read more: Carrots vs. Sticks: A Blockchain Platform Ecosystem

Exciting times are here again for the GFSI Benchmarking Requirements. Version 7.2 was released at our annual Global Food Safety Conference in Tokyo. Over the last 17 years the GFSI Benchmarking Requirements have evolved considerably. As the food industry adapts and changes, we’re always looking to keep up to date and reflect best practices.

Exciting times are here again for the GFSI Benchmarking Requirements. Version 7.2 was released at our annual Global Food Safety Conference in Tokyo. Over the last 17 years the GFSI Benchmarking Requirements have evolved considerably. As the food industry adapts and changes, we’re always looking to keep up to date and reflect best practices.

Read more: Introducing the Latest Version of the GFSI Benchmarking Requirements

The evidence that we need to find new ways to manage food safety is growing all the time. Right now, the world’s population is currently growing by 80 million people a year. Overall the global population is forecast to expand to 8.6 billion by 2030. By 2050 this population will require a major increase in food production.

The evidence that we need to find new ways to manage food safety is growing all the time. Right now, the world’s population is currently growing by 80 million people a year. Overall the global population is forecast to expand to 8.6 billion by 2030. By 2050 this population will require a major increase in food production.

Read more: How Technology and Innovation are Transforming Food Safety and Sustainability

Earlier this month, the Transparency-One team attended the Global Food Safety Conference 2018 in Tokyo, Japan, hosted by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI). Beyond the conference’s plethora of learning and networking opportunities, the event posed an important question: what is in store for the future of the food industry?

Earlier this month, the Transparency-One team attended the Global Food Safety Conference 2018 in Tokyo, Japan, hosted by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI). Beyond the conference’s plethora of learning and networking opportunities, the event posed an important question: what is in store for the future of the food industry?

Read more: Technology, Innovation, and the Future of Food: What’s in Store?

The dairy supply chain has become increasingly complex, thanks to a proliferation of new products and packaging options, as well as increasingly stringent regulatory requirements. Other challenges for those along the dairy supply chain include the need to keep dairy products cold from packaging to transport, and thin margins that make cost controls essential.

The dairy supply chain has become increasingly complex, thanks to a proliferation of new products and packaging options, as well as increasingly stringent regulatory requirements. Other challenges for those along the dairy supply chain include the need to keep dairy products cold from packaging to transport, and thin margins that make cost controls essential.

Read more: Securing Safety Across the Supply Chain: Cow to Cart

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