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FIB use case 18: Fortified Seeds Africa

Fortified Seeds in Africa was selected as a use case that would be followed across numerous meet-ups. The starting point is the notion that more trust in value chains is needed to let biofortification come to full fruition in low income countries.

The premise of the Foof Integrity Blockchained meetups organized by the New Fork and held in Amsterdam is that “Blockchain technology provides exciting new opportunities to create integer food systems”. During the meet-ups particiapants explore this new space together.

FIB use case 23: CargoLedger

Hjalmar van der Schaaf presents CargoLedger. Can blockchain make shipping faster and more efficient?

Paperless logistics

One of the major challenges in supply chain management is reducing your paper flows without losing trusted control.
Embracing innovative technology will surely help you with this, and also optimizes your logistics process with benefits in time, costs and efficiency.

Improve efficiency

A paperless workflow increases efficiency by up to 80%, while also significantly saving validation and verification costs.
In general, your business transactions costs will decrease while compliance and stakeholder management will improve.

Accurate enroute

Follow the track of your logistics documents with track-and-trace and improve the traceability of your cargo.
From source to end station and with secure proof of origin and proof of action. Our Control Tower leads the way.

FIB Use case 4: AgUnity

Food Integrity Blockchained use case #4: on AgUnity took place in Amsterdam on October 3, 2017.  AgUnity have large numbers of smallholders on the multichain blockchain, AgriLedger, and drastically increased farm income. Cacao farmers in Papua New Guinea and wheat farmers in Kenya. David Davies, founder and CEO of AgUnity presented the work they were doing

FIB use case 1: table grapes

Food Integrity Blockchained use case #1 on Organic Table Grapes from South Africa to AH (super market in the Netherlands) – Marieke de Ruyter de Wildt (AgriPlace) and Bob Klaase (VAA) presented the use case during the first Food Integrity Blockchained meet-up on Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Food Integrity Blockchained Meet-ups

Blockchain technology provides exciting new opportunities to create integer food systems. Let’s explore this new space together. Welcome to the network of Food Integrity Blockchained!


We learn how blockchain can – and cannot – accelerate food integrity by

• Bringing people together from food companies, farmers, developers, regulators etc

• Learning from new use cases in food

• Running our own blockchain experiments with our adopted case: AgUnity

Meet offline

We meet in Amsterdam every 2nd Tuesday of the month at 18:30 and post a youtube summary of the event

What is new, is that we offer blockchain basics prior to the meetup. We don’t want ‘blockchain tourists’, people not really interested in the meaning of this technology for food, but we welcome blockchain newbees. In one hour, we help you to understand some basics. ;

Land LayBy: Using blockchain to improve landownership

Since 2014, a pioneering organisation called Land LayBy has been developing land acquisition solutions.

After a successful pilot scheme in Kenya, Land LayBy has scaled up their services to Australia, Ghana, London and New York.

The CTA Blockchain4ag team spoke with Raymond Kaniu, chief strategist at Land LayBy and main author of their white paper.

He explains Land LayBy’s journey and their experiences of working with blockchain technology.