The Kenyan startup caters to over 6,000 small-scale farmers in rural areas, enabling them to leverage technology to increase their income.
One of India’s largest farmers’ companies has integrated blockchain technology to enhance traceability for the consumer and boost income for the farmers.
The Chinese fintech giant has partnered with Bayer to develop a blockchain platform for tracing of agricultural products to boost efficiency and farmer income.
To improve the bottom line of Indian coffee farmers, the Indian Coffee Board has turned to a blockchain based app to cut out middle men.
Authorities in China recently announced the release of a new regulatory framework dubbed "Guiding Opinions on Rural Service Revitalization of Financial Services."
Four multinational agricultural companies are collaborating to find ways to use blockchain and other technologies to improve transparency and efficiency.
It seems the missing piece in fully blockchainizing and decentralizing food supply is the same hindrance for decentralizing most industries: quality control.