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Blockchain in Agri-Food – Industry Adoption Analysis

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With the ability to track every movement of food – from the farm to the customer’s basket – blockchain has the power to address numerous challenges plaguing the agri-food industry such as waste management, food fraud, and the lack of price transparency. So it stands to reason that tech firms, both startups and behemoths, are working towards transforming this age-old industry with innovative blockchain-enabled solutions and business models. With a steady stream of projects being undertaken across food farming, processing, transportation and distribution, this report looks under the hood to find answers to key questions, such as:

• What does the value chain of blockchain enabled solutions supporting the agri-food industry consist?
• How do major blockchain companies fit in the value chain and how they collaborate with each other to meet various blockchain-enabled solutions in agri-food?
• What is the state of blockchain adoption across global regions and various sectors in the industry?
• What has been the outcome of real-world blockchain implementations, including pilot projects?
• How does the startup landscape look like?
• What does the future of blockchain in the agri-food industry look like?

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  1. 1. Proprietary and Confidential, Copyright © 2018, Netscribes, Inc. All Rights Reserved The content of this document is confidential and meant for the review of the recipient. Disclaimer: The names or logos of other companies and products mentioned herein are the trademarks of their respective owners BLOCKCHAIN Adoption in Agri-Food Industry May 2019 SAMPLE REPORT
  2. 2. Executive Summary Adoption of BC in Agri-Food Industry How BC will Transform Agri-Food Industry Key Enablers & Challenges • Agri-Food industry is changing around the globe and has witnessed significant changes with the aid of regulations, laws, demand, technology, etc. to enhance food safety and encourage food trade. However, despite these changes, …………… ………. remains a major concern across the globe. • Beyond the basic blockchain concepts developments …………………….. • Advancement of BC over these years, encouraged enterprises to look for solutions in this sector. UK’s FSA, XXXX’s XXXX and XX’ XXXX have begun or have raised the pitch for using BC technology in the Agri-Food industry. • BC technology has proliferated and positively impacted the Agri-Food industry and is expected to grow in influence. BC solutions for the Agri- Food Industry range from ……… to ……. reduction. • BC has infiltrated the Agri-Food and has led to the overhaul of different challenges handicapping the industry. These challenges include food fraud, ………………... • Agri-Food companies have already initiated the use of blockchain to ……………………………………. These companies have even started to rely on these platforms to investigate the origin of contamination, certify organic provenance of products, increase shelf life and lessen spoilage loss. • The industry faces challenges such as ………….................................. • The key enablers driving the upward trajectory in growth of this space include strong government initiatives for food safety and transparency, ………………………………………………... SAMPLE REPORT
  3. 3. Venturing of BC in the Agri-Food Industry Front Runners Strategy Key Segment/Region/Player • Enterprise firms have paved the way for BC solutions in supply chain management to ……………………. throughout the supply chain and find a measure to ……………………………... • The solutions have demonstrated permissioned access to the supply chain’s participants existing systems and how to leverage IoT/XX/XX capabilities to develop BC enriched solutions for ……………………………. • BC thus enables producers (farmers, fishermen, etc.) to create their digital identity on the BC network, which could be further used for easing processes such as payments or record keeping and other transactions. It enables producers to obtain a fair price for their produce while …………………………………….. • The early challenges including the lack of technology maturity, insufficient skill sets, regulatory constraints, uncertain return on investments, etc., have restricted participation in ongoing BC developments. However, eying the untapped opportunities, many players have started taking an active role in strategic alliances, pilot project runs, and live projects. • Majority of BC-enabled Agri-Food Industry pilot projects are targeting ……………………... • Most notable global startups have entered or plan to enter the BC-enabled Agri-Food Industry through pilot projects to offer disruptive solutions to all stakeholders while also building a strong ecosystem simultaneously. • The most prominent focus areas include track and trace (………………………….) across the supply chain and logistics and, BC-compatible marketplaces. There is expected to be significant development centered on XX, XX that offer ease of access, universal identities to producers and increase participation of consumers and each entity in between. • XXXXX and XX lead the way with use cases permeating across industry and also because major downstream players with potential to effect the BC landscape are based here. • Etherisc, XXXXX and XXXX are notable, innovative and promising start-ups attempting to bridge XXXX and XXXX, XXXX, XXXXX respectively Executive Summary SAMPLE REPORT
  4. 4. BLOCKCHAIN – ADOPTION IN AGRI-FOOD INDUSTRY 4 Chapter 1: Agri-Food Industry – An Overview • Food & Agriculture - Global Growth • Agri-Food Industry - Agri-Food Segment Analysis • Agri-Food Industry - Value Chain Analysis Chapter 2: Introduction • Blockchain (BC) and how it works: Agri-Food Industry - Adoption • Blockchain (BC) and how it works: Agri-Food Industry - Impact Chapter 3: BC Impact • Stimulating the Agri-Food Industry - Building the 'Blocks' with BC • How BC will Transform the Agri-Food Industry? Chapter 4: BC-Agri-Food Industry: Key enablers and challenges • Challenges: BC-enabled Agri-Food Industry • Enablers: BC-enabled Agri-Food Industry – Supply side (Government Traction and Regulatory Push for Food Safety and Transparency) – Supply side (Innovation and Differentiation - Track & Traceability) – Supply side (Rising Uncertainty) – Demand Side (Changing Consumer Preferences) – Demand Side (Digitization and IT Penetration) Chapter 5: Adoption of BC in Agri-Food industry • BC-enabled Agri-Food: Value Chain Analysis • BC-enabled Agri-Food: Value Chain Key Stakeholders • BC Use Case: Use Case & Open Cloud Models, Global Use Cases • BC-enabled Agri-Food - Adoption across Value Chain • How is BC being Accepted in the Industry? – Overview of Business Models and Ecosystems that are Emerging – Agriculture/Primary Producer – Manufacturing/Processing – Traders/Distributor/Retailers • BC Impact: Agri-Food Industry Segment-wise (Technology Adoption Roadmap & Projections) Chapter 6: Agri-Food industry - Front runners’ strategy • How the Industry Is Adopting BC through Front Runners? • Phase-wise BC Adoption in the Agri-Food Industry • Front Runner’s Success Story Table of Contents SAMPLE REPORT
  5. 5. BLOCKCHAIN – ADOPTION IN AGRI-FOOD INDUSTRY 5 Chapter 7: Startups Story – Regional Adoption & Investment Scenario • Startups to Write Regional Stories in BC Adoption • How BC Startups are Venturing into the Industry? – Startups Investment Routes: ICO – Startups Investment Routes: Non-ICO Chapter 8: Start-ups’ ecosystem • BC start-ups expected to disrupt Agri-Food industry • Agridigital • FoodLogiQ • Indigo Agriculture • Provenance • Viant • TE-Food • Ripe.io • Bext360 • WorldCover • Sofocle Technologies • ChainTrade • BlockSyte • Komgo • Ambrosus • Etherisc • OriginTrail Chapter 9: Key Innovators • IBM • AWS • SAP • Microsoft • Accenture • Intel • Alibaba Chapter 10: Conclusion and Future Roadmap • Conclusion: An Overview of Current Scenario • BC-enabled Agri-Food - The future lies here: BC Stake Holder Value Creation • BC-enabled Agri-Food - The future lies here: BC Stake Holder Value Creation - Stakeholder empowerment & industry consolidation • IP Approach Table of Contents SAMPLE REPORT
  6. 6. Blockchain Introduction SAMPLE REPORT
  7. 7. BLOCKCHAIN – ADOPTION IN AGRI-FOOD INDUSTRY 7 BC and How it Works? Agri-Food Industry - Adoption Beyond the basic blockchain concepts, the following developments have aided the adoption of the technology in the Agri-Food Industry Smart Contracts • Beyond the capabilities of the Bitcoin network, the rise of complete BC networks has impacted the adoption of BC in various industries including Agri-Food. • Smart contracts have opened numerous possibilities and applications related to XX, XX, XX, and others that have prioritized inclusive technology development of the Agri-Food value chain. • This is expected to have a positive impact on farmers, XXXXX, XXXX, XXXXXX, and XXXXX among others. dApps • Ability to embed value added data from XXXXX, mobile or other sources has been accelerated by the dApps feature of cutting- edge BC tech in the Agri-Food Industry. • dApps provide the structure for the implementation of BC-based solutions, and are a boon for various stakeholders from the Agri-Food industry including farmers, XXXXX and XXXXX, and those involved with XXXXX and XXXXX (primary actors) among others. • dApps have helped accelerated the adoption of BC technology at each level of the value chain including growers, XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX, and even XXXXX. Protocols & Platforms • The ability to create innovative business models that are XXXXX based or otherwise has led to a higher adoption of the BC technology especially among the XXXXX segments of the Agri-Food value chain. This specifically highlights BC technology’s ability to address untapped markets such as XXXXX, farmer financing, etc. • However, the impact of these on the organized Agri-Food industry segments is also commendable and led to process improvements across the supply chain, XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX, etc. to name a few. SAMPLE REPORT
  8. 8. Blockchain Impact SAMPLE REPORT
  9. 9. After proving its mettle in the cryptocurrency world, Blockchain, a distributed open ledger technology, has started disrupting other industries such as XX, XX, XX, etc. Over the years, Blockchain has also proliferated and positively impacted the Agri-Food industry and is expected to grow in influence. BC solutions for the Agri-Food Industry range from XXXXX to XXXXX. This section explains how blockchain is impacting and addressing different issues of the Agri-Food Industry and its various segments. In fact, Walmart, XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX and some others have already begun to use blockchain to …………………………………………………………………………………….. than ever possible before. Companies have even started to rely on these platforms to …………………………………………………………... Although, other software applications had dominated tracking of their food …………………. Messages Key SAMPLE REPORT
  10. 10. BLOCKCHAIN – ADOPTION IN AGRI-FOOD INDUSTRY 10 Blockchain Impact “Stimulating the Agri-Food Industry - Building the 'Blocks' with BC” Traditional method to trace sourced food 6Days 18Hrs 26Mins BC-enabled method to trace sourced food 2.2 Seconds • BC platforms aim to help companies and government officials track food frauds and also locate food originating farms in case of foodborne illnesses. BC allows real time tracking of origin of a cause, and enables correction or prevention directly compared to just tracking of individual databases of each stakeholder to generate insights and recommendations around efficiency, increase revenue or productivity, etc. • BC will help companies and government officials to find XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX. In the case of a food recalls, operations can be …………………... The track and trace feature and autonomy that BC provides ………………………………………………... SAMPLE REPORT
  11. 11. Key Enablers & Challenges BC-Agri-Food Industry SAMPLE REPORT
  12. 12. BLOCKCHAIN – ADOPTION IN AGRI-FOOD INDUSTRY 12 Challenges BC-enabled Agri-Food Industry Does the BC Development Roadmap have the Necessary Solutions to Fuel it? System Interoperability The Agri-Food Industry faces challenges in sharing, collecting, and analysing information • Enables authenticity (system authentication) • Business beyond regulatory, economic boundaries powered by decentralized networks will eventually be interoperable • Integration through APIs & Interoperability Protocols under development address this Data Standardization and Harmonization The Agri-food industry is highly fragmented due to the large number of stakeholders and there is a need for organizing data • XX How to establish trust in trust-less system? Data fraud and establishing trust among stakeholders are the major issue for the industry • XX Highly Complex Process The process of implementation of BC in Agri-Food industry is highly complex due to the large number of unorganized stakeholders • XX Investment Trust Lack of investor confidence due to high risk in implementation, infrastructure opacity, and questionable long-term future • XX Challenges Solutions SAMPLE REPORT
  13. 13. BLOCKCHAIN – ADOPTION IN AGRI-FOOD INDUSTRY 13 Enablers BC-enabled Agri-Food Industry BC Venturing into Agri-Food Industry Strong Government Initiatives for Food Safety and Transparency Rising Vale Chain Uncertainty of Revenue & Businesses Innovation and Differentiation (Track & Traceability) Digitization and IT Penetration Changing Consumer Preferences BC-enabled Agri-Food Industry SAMPLE REPORT
  14. 14. BLOCKCHAIN – ADOPTION IN AGRI-FOOD INDUSTRY 14 Enablers BC-enabled Agri-Food Industry Supply Side Government Traction and Regulatory Push for Food Safety and Transparency The regional governments may not be keen on the adoption or promotion of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, but Blockchain is another story. Most notably, regulatory authorities and global agencies (e.g., “one step forward, one step back” EU regulation) across the board have started encouraging BC by partnering with technology suppliers, XXXXXXXXX, or XXXXXXXXX. Most governments or agencies would likely adopt BC for ensuring compliance, XXXXX, XXXXX, etc. • In 2018, the UK Food Standards Agency (FSA) successfully completed a BC-based a pilot project in a cattle slaughterhouse to ensure compliance in the food sector. In the same year, Australian government agency NTI partnership with BeefLedger on a pilot project to monitor the production of Australian beef and its export to Shanghai, China……………….. • The Standards Agency GS1 aims to foster aspects such as governance, XXXXX and XXXXX by recommending open EPICs standards in XXXXXXXXXX. The open CBV standards defined by ISO is also recommended to structure data and avoid XXXXX and XXXXX. The growing interest on BC technology for Agri-Food applications among government agencies/authorities is not a passing trend. The adoption is expected to increase in the coming years and is likely to fuel the ……………………………………………………………. SAMPLE REPORT
  15. 15. BC Adoption Agri-Food Industry SAMPLE REPORT
  16. 16. BLOCKCHAIN – ADOPTION IN AGRI-FOOD INDUSTRY 16 BC-enabled Agri-Food Value Chain Analysis BC Fabric Providers (BC-FP) Protocol Providers (PP) Blockchain-as-a- Service (BaaS) Software-as-a- Service (SaaS) Agri-Food Stakeholders (AFS) Business Activity • Code • Development Framework • Primitives • Storage • Computing • Networking Business Activity • Software Templates and Building Blocks • XXXXXXX • XXXXXXX Business Activity • Software Development • XXXXXXX • XXXXXXX • XXXXXXX Business Activity • Architecture • XXXXXXX • XXXXXXX • XXXXXXX Business Activity • Business Rules and Methods Definition • XXXXXXX • XXXXXXX • XXXXXXX Possible Business Models for BC-enabled Agri-Food S. No. Target Business Model Value Chain Involvement 1 Flexible as per use case – Customized Product/Specific Product or Tools BC-FP + PP + BaaS + XXXX + XXX 2 Industry level products XX 3 Customized for Enterprise XX 4 Consortium or Industry Ecosystem XX 5 Set of apps for an Industry XX 6 Consumer apps for a specific Industry XX 7 Customized for Industry XX SAMPLE REPORT
  17. 17. BLOCKCHAIN – ADOPTION IN AGRI-FOOD INDUSTRY 17 Agriculture The BC technology adoption changes stakeholder’s role drastically to shift from reactive to proactive. Currently, they need to upload every activity, process on the database, and include BC technology experts to provide seamless transactions across the value chain The BC technology involves and connects all major stakeholders across the value chain. It helps to increase value preposition of the products and services. Process Food Processing/ Manufacturing Transportation Traders/Distributors/ Retailers Customers Activity • Upload data on raw materials, fertilizers, process on database • Use RFID chips proving XXXXX • Track weather and other important elements • Get information from farmers and process accordingly • XXXXX • Receive info. about products (passbook) • XXXXX • Run ML forecasting • XXXXX • XXXXX • XXXXX • XXXXX Stakeholders – Impacted due to BC technology • Farmers • XXXXX • XXXXX • XXXXX • XXXXX • Manufacturers • XXXXX • XXXXX • Logistics Providers • XXXXX • XXXXX • XXXXX • Traders • XXXXX • XXXXX • XXXXX Adoption Stage High XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX BC-enabled Agri-Food Adoption across Value Chain • Scan QR code via app • XXXXX • XXXXX • XXXXX • XXXXX SAMPLE REPORT
  18. 18. Front Runner’s Strategy Agri-Food Industry SAMPLE REPORT
  19. 19. BLOCKCHAIN – ADOPTION IN AGRI-FOOD INDUSTRY 19 How the Industry Is Adopting BC through Front Runners? Combining the Organized and Unorganized Bits of the Agri-Food Industry Target of BC Solutions for the Unorganized Industry • Promoting farmer equity (…………………………………) • Supply chain integration (……………………………………) • Addressing the XXXXX market needs of sectors like banking, insurance, etc. • Development of token economies, XXXXX and XXXXX for …………………………. • Ecosystem creation for promoting use of …………….. infusing multiple stakeholder participation • Track and trace, ………….. & other needs of end consumers/retailers etc. that are niche use cases • Innovate by integrating emerging tech.- IoT, XXXXX, XXXXX, etc. Target of BC Solutions for the Organized Industry • Consortium development • Improving XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX and processes • In-house process improvement or problem area identification • Ensuring competitiveness in industry & securing existing business models or revenue • Industry specific solutions that have huge opportunity like XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX,, etc. • Solutions or technology stack that will drive BC adoptionFront Runners Running the show BC Integration Agri-Food Industry How are Businesses Adopting BC Through Front Runners? IT Players Create consortium or join established network for track & trace, supply chain apps, sustainability etc. Startups Collaborate or partner with XXXXX (for custom sales) incase widespread XXXXX or XXXXX Enterprises Retailers, food processing players wanting to focus on XXXXX or XXXXX may look for providers that integrate these in products and services. SAMPLE REPORT
  20. 20. BLOCKCHAIN – ADOPTION IN AGRI-FOOD INDUSTRY 20 Front Runner’s Success Story Compatible with Produce Traceability Initiative GS1 (128-PTI) Solution-as-a-Service (BaaS) Permissioned Built on Hyperledger Fabric Food Trust Platform Details • Tracing module: Tracks food products • Certification module: Verifies provenance of products that are certified (as non-GMO or organic) • Data entry and access module: Upload, manage and access data IBM Food Trust Details Trace time ~X.X sec Live since XXXX 2018 >XXX,XXX traces till date Benefits • Increase supply chain efficiencies with real- time shared and immutable digital ledger • Decrease food fraud due to data sharing • Reduce waste by identifying causes • Build brand trust by warranting the quality of food • Ensure food freshness, sustainability and safety due to data-visibility Participants Growers Processors Distributors Retailers Technology Suppliers Certification Providers Consumers Transporters TransportersTransportersTransporters TransportersTransporters • Dole Food – Connects audit data to BC with Centricity as a grower partner. • Golden state foods • Emerson – incorporating cold chain technology across transport • Tyson Foods • Dennick Fruit Source • Nestle • Unilever • Smithfield • Carrefour - tracks and traces chicken, eggs and tomatoes from farm to store. This technology allows Carrefour’s alignment with its CSR – Act for Food. • Albertsons Companies - tracks and traces romaine lettuce • Walmart • Kroger • Topco Associates • Wakefern • 3M – Connects food safety diagnostic equipment to BC • BeefChain SAMPLE REPORT
  21. 21. Startups Story Regional Adoption & Investment Scenario SAMPLE REPORT
  22. 22. BLOCKCHAIN – ADOPTION IN AGRI-FOOD INDUSTRY 22 Startups to Write Regional Stories in BC Adoption XXXX Adoption Rate XXXX Adoption Rate XXXX Adoption Rate North America • Active BC Start-ups : XX • Ongoing: Solutions in track and trace across supply chain, followed by trading and commodity marketplace • Start-up Funding: Mostly via the XXXX route • Maximum BC related initiatives through investments, and start- ups accelerating BC adoption • Key Hotspot Areas: XX • BC-enabled Agri-Food Industry Focus: XX, XX and XX APAC • Active BC Start-ups : XX • Ongoing: Solutions in track and trace across supply chain • Start-up Funding: XX • Maximum BC related initiatives through investments, and start-ups accelerating BC adoption • Key Hotspot Areas: XX,XX • BC-enabled Food Industry Focus: XX Europe • Active BC Start-ups : XX • Ongoing: Solutions in track and trace across supply chain, followed by trading and solutions for interoperability • Start-up Funding: XXXX and XXXX • Start-ups and usage by food industry enterprises accelerating BC adoption • Key Hotspot Areas: XX • BC-enabled Food Industry Focus: XX • BC start-ups across the world are focusing on providing solutions to developing or farming dominant countries such as XXXXX. As a result, XXXXX shows good adoption rates in regions of XXXXX and XXXXX. Similarly, XXXXX also uses a lot of BC solutions for……………………………. • Many start-ups are also focusing on XXXXX and XXXXX for XXXXX. SAMPLE REPORT
  23. 23. Startups Ecosystem SAMPLE REPORT
  24. 24. BLOCKCHAIN – ADOPTION IN AGRI-FOOD INDUSTRY 24 BC Startups to Disrupt Agri-Food Industry BC-enabled Food Start-ups Ecosystem Crop Insurance Commodity Trading Marketplace Track & Trace SAMPLE REPORT
  25. 25. BLOCKCHAIN – ADOPTION IN AGRI-FOOD INDUSTRY 25 • The company has worked on a pilot project in collaboration with TraSeable Solutions, a Fijian ICT provider adept at BC implementations at the ground level. It has conducted a pilot project for WWF for track and trace across tuna fish supply chain. • Application programming interface (API) approach provides customization and integration to legacy ERP systems, which makes it a ready to deploy platform. • The company plans to price the Viant (variable as per use case) and TraSeable (fixed cost) software platforms on a per month basis and has provided basic cost estimates for stakeholders that plan to leverage their platform. • The company has evidently not opted for the ICO route as they have defined specific applications such as in the food supply chain and also identified stakeholders that would invest in the launching of such products. • Viant is not specific to any industry and hence its Tracker component can be applied to provide asset tracking solutions in many industries such as healthcare, oil and gas, real estate, etc. Major Insights • Viant’s platform uses three main components: • Modeler – It models a business process, asset attributes, and set permissions • Smart Builder – It auto-generates the smart contract and user interface at the end application • Tracker – It is used to track assets along the supply chain and move them at the desired location • Viant uses RFID technologies to track commodities by its geo-location. • It uses Proof of Authority (PoA) instead of other consensus mechanisms such as PoW to achieve greater performance and energy efficiency. • Viant uses InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) to store large data sets which are distributed technology for storing files like documents and images. • The company is also exploring fintech in supply chain, and has plans to incorporate technologies like Near Field Communication(NFC) to gather more data and payments. BC Solutions BC Backbone BC Type Track and Trace Ethereum Public Platform Technology Details Lead Investors XX Funding Raised XX Funding Type XX Investment Details GlaxoSmithKline Microsoft Traseable Solutions World Wide Fund of Nature Imaginea Sea Quest Fiji Ltd Clients/Partners Viant is a Consensys-incubated company that has built an asset and domain agnostic BC-based supply chain platform. It provides BC-based platform for tracking assets using real time data, modelling business processes and building future supply chains. Founded: 2017 Headquarter: New York, USA Total Employees: 11 – 50 SAMPLE REPORT
  26. 26. Conclusion & Future Roadmap SAMPLE REPORT
  27. 27. BLOCKCHAIN – ADOPTION IN AGRI-FOOD INDUSTRY 27 Conclusion High Investment New Business Model Role of Consortium • BC technology although is in infancy, the possible use cases developed around the Agri- Food industry has garnered significant attention. A new generation of startups are out to leverage BC in the Agri-Food industry and capture value of all the stakeholders, attention of developers and trying to …………………………………………... • Startups that have projected the development of protocols and platforms at best are yet to …………………………………... However, startups that have targeted development of specific applications for farmer support, XXXX, XXXX and XXXX are expected to hit success earlier. The token economics of XXXX have not taken off or shown sufficient …………………………... • The players other than startups active in the Agri-Food domain include Fabric Providers, XXXXXX and XXXXXX, XXXX from the tradition IT- industry as well as certain strong parties in the value chain like retailers, XXXX or XXXX, XXXX, XXXX, XXXX as well as XXXX. However, this segment has depended …………………………………………. that they are rather successful at rather than startups that have emerged. SAMPLE REPORT
  28. 28. BLOCKCHAIN – ADOPTION IN AGRI-FOOD INDUSTRY 28 BC-enabled Agri-Food The Future Lies Here BC Stake Holder Value Creation - Stakeholder empowerment & industry consolidation Venturing Towards Creating Value for Digital Inclusion Stakeholder Empowerment BC-enabled Agri-Food Industry Provenance & Data Integrity XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX Start-ups' Protocol or Platform Solutions + XXXX Start-ups' Solutions + XXXX Industry- Specific Consortiums + XXXX Food Supply Chain + IT Infrastructure & Service Providers SAMPLE REPORT
  29. 29. Appendix SAMPLE REPORT
  30. 30. BLOCKCHAIN – ADOPTION IN AGRI-FOOD INDUSTRY 30 References • “Home”, Agridigital, Accessed May 2019, https://www.agridigital.io/ • “Revenue”, “Employee number”, “Funding Details”, Crunchbase database: https://www.crunchbase.com • “News Blog”, Agridigital, Accessed May 2019, https://www.agridigital.io/resources/news#blog • René Groeneveld, “Agridigital to create ‘digital trust’ in supply chains”, Future Farming, May 7, 2019, https://www.futurefarming.com/Tools-data/Articles/2019/5/Agridigital-to- create-digital-trust-in-supply-chains-424208E/ • Dominic Powell, “Agriculture blockchain startup AgriDigital closes $5.5 million raise with plans for integrated digital currency”, Smart Company, February 28, 2018, https://www.smartcompany.com.au/startupsmart/news/agriculture-blockchain-startup-agridigital-5-5-million-plans-agricoin-digital-currency/ • Jake Bright, “WorldCover Raises $6m Round for Emerging Markets’ Climate Insurance”, Next Billion, May 6, 2019, https://nextbillion.net/news/worldcover-raises-6m-round-for- emerging-markets-climate-insurance/ • Liam Weld, “Can Blockchain Improve Worldcover’s Crop Insurance Platform?”, March 30, 2018, WordCover Website: https://www.worldcovr.com/post/can-blockchain-improve- worldcovers-crop-insurance-platform • “Solutiions”, WorldCover, Accessed May 2019, https://www.worldcovr.com/#Solution • “About US”, WorldCover, Accessed May 2019, https://www.worldcovr.com • Steve Evans, “Nephila assists insurtech WorldCover with reinsurance via Lloyd’s syndicate”, Artemis, May 8, 2019, https://www.artemis.bm/news/nephila-assists-insurtech- worldcover-with-reinsurance-via-lloyds-syndicate/ • Unkown, “Unlock Capital and Knowledge in the Ecosystem”, Catalyst Fund, https://catalyst-fund.org/donors-index • WorldCover Company Information, Catalyst Fund, https://catalyst-fund.org/companies#worldcover • “Partnerships”, FoodLogiQ, Accessed May 2019, https://www.foodlogiq.com/about/partnerships/ • “About”, FoodLogiQ, Accessed May 2019, https://www.foodlogiq.com/about/ • “Blockchain”, FoodLogiQ, Accessed May 2019, https://www.foodlogiq.com/solutions/blockchain/ • Unknown, “FoodLogiQ and Testo Partner to Revolutionize Global Food Supply Chain”, PR News Wire, February 26, 2018 ,https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/foodlogiq- and-testo-partner-to-revolutionize-global-food-supply-chain-300604435.html • Katy Jones, “Food Safety, Traceability And Sustainability Blog”, FoodLogiq Blog, May 17, 2018, https://blog.foodlogiq.com/blockchain-innovation-lab • Nicky Morris, “IBM’s Food Trust blockchain goes live with Carrefour”, Ledger Insight, https://www.ledgerinsights.com/ibms-food-trust-blockchain-carrefour/ SAMPLE REPORT
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