Australia NTI to use blockchain for food safety testing


Australia’s leading specialist insurer National Transport Insurance (NTI) is taking part in a blockchain trial, set to boost food safety, improve animal welfare and monitor export security for Australian beef.


BeefLedger, an Australian integrated provenance, blockchain security and payments platform will deploy a pilot initiative that tracks the paddock-to-plate journey of premium Australian beef, abroad.


The pilot run will see premium live cattle transported from South Australia’s Limestone Coast to the processing facility at Casino in New South Wales and frozen for shipping to Shanghai, for consumption.


BeefLedger is a platform developer and technology integrator, which is rolling out a blockchain technology, packaging innovations, Internet of Things digital system to improve product credentials and supply chain performance. The platform deploys a diverse range of technologies, to create a multi-layered system that delivers enhanced product security and credentialing.

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