Blockchain notarization revolutionizes transparency and traceability in the agrifood sector
The use of blockchain notarization in the agrifood sector allows for greater transparency in the production chain, certification of origin and quality of products, reduction of food fraud, traceability and traceability of products, and greater efficiency in supply chain management. However, the use of blockchain notarization is subject to applicable regulations, such as EU Regulation 178/2002 on food safety, EU Regulation 1151/2012 on quality schemes for agricultural products and foodstuffs, Law 110/2014 on the prevention of food fraud, Law 169/2016 on the traceability of agri-food products, and Law 124/2017 on the simplification of administrative requirements.
|Transparency in the production chain||EU Regulation 178/2002 on food safety|
|Certification of origin and quality of products||EU Regulation 1151/2012 on quality schemes for agricultural products and foodstuffs|
|Reduction of food fraud||Law 110/2014 on the prevention of food fraud|
|Traceability and traceability of products||Law 169/2016 on the traceability of agri-food products|
|Greater efficiency in supply chain management||Law 124/2017 on the simplification of administrative requirements|