The pilot phase involves clients from three different phases of the seafood supply chain who will be tracking the lifecycle of halibut fish from farm to plate.
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The blockchain pilot program is expected to increase the visibility and market penetration of the company while reducing media saturation.
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Blockchain supply chain management firm UNISOT has launched SeafoodChain, its solution for the seafood industry.
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The system will enable consumers to scan a QR code that is on the label, which, in turn, will tell them everything about the journey of the salmon “from egg to store.”