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March 12, 2019 // By Rich Pell
Blockchain tracks fresh tuna from 'ocean to table'
Canned seafood producer Bumble Bee Foods (San Diego, CA) has announced that it is using enterprise software company SAP's (Walldorf, Germany) blockchain platform to track its products from the ocean to the table.

example of how blockchains can be used to revolutionize the future of food. It creates transparency and traceability across the food supply chain, from the ocean, across the cold chain, to the warehouse, store and our table."

Bumble Bee Foods' Natural Blue by Anova fair-trade certified ahi tuna steaks can be found in a 12 oz. bag at retailers nationwide including Albertsons, Hy-Vee, Price Chopper, and Safeway.

For more, see " From Ocean to Table: Bumble Bee Uses Blockchain to Trace Your Fish ."

Bumble Bee Foods

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