Blockchain-Based Secure Traceable Scheme for Food Supply Chain

Thangamayan, S. and Pradhan, Kalyani and Babu Loganathan, Ganesh and Sitender, S. and Sivamani, S. and Tesema, Mulugeta (2023) Blockchain-Based Secure Traceable Scheme for Food Supply Chain. Journal of Food Quality, 2023.

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The typical food traceability system’s data layer is made up of relational databases managed by core businesses, which cannot ensure data security. It is inefficient and requires a lot of upkeep. The food supply chain has numerous actors, making it difficult for consumers to safeguard their rights when purchasing food with quality issues. Due to the numerous organizations involved in the food supply chain, food safety monitoring and traceability have become challenging. The supply chain’s major organizations have control and administrative authority over the data under the current food traceability system, which is overly centralized for traceability information. The safety and dependability of food may be ensured by using the food traceability system to track food information. We can witness a series of detailed insights into food from the manufacturing source to the consumption terminal. A blockchain-based food tracking system is created as a solution to these issues. On the Ethereum platform, the system was created. It was also employed in the blockchain system, in addition to its features of decentralization, tamper-proof, and traceability. To implement the data update service and the food recall function, introduce the Food and Drug Administration node. Consumers have the option to not only enquire about food traceability throughout the manufacturing process but also to file complaints regarding the traceability system’s rights protection.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Q Science > QD Chemistry
Engineering > Mechatronics engineering and machinery
Engineering > TP Chemical technology
Depositing User: ePrints deposit
Date Deposited: 14 Sep 2023 13:04
Last Modified: 14 Sep 2023 13:04

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