Food Supply Chain Traceability Using Hyperledger
Anurag Yadav, Nihar Vira, Siddharth Yennuwar, Chhaya Dhavale
decentralized, blockchain, traceability, smart contract, supply chain, food
Globalization has led to an increase in complexity in supply chain systems across all industries as a result of increased networking and a shift in automation strategies that were occasionally constrained by old supply chains. The centralized character of the supply chain is one of the important factors that conventional approaches should focus on. This causes the food product to be provided to the end user to be of lower quality, contaminated, and tampered with. The goal of the proposed system is to create a decentralized food supply chain system that makes use of blockchain technology and smart contracts, deployed across a sophisticated hyper-ledger fabric network. The main goals are to enable smart contract-based transaction validation in order to overcome the difficulty of tracking and maintaining the integrity of data throughout the entire supply chain process, each stage of the chain therefore covers a variety of factors, such as offering transparency, efficiency, and accountability.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 11

Page(s): 776 - 782
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