The Norwegian Seafood Association has signed an agreement to track Norwegian seafood
Now all seafood companies can soon let customers keep track of where the food they buy comes from.
– We are seeing a rapidly growing development where consumers want to buy food that they know the origin of and which provides reassurance that it has not been tampered with when it is on the plate, says Michael Jacobs, CEO of Atea in a press release.
Atea and the Norwegian Seafood Association have signed a letter of intent to use blockchain technology from IBM for companies in the seafood industry. Six seafood companies are already working on projects to test the technology. Five of these are in Norway, while there is a pilot in Sweden.
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