JD and InterAgri are working on a blockchain-enabled traceability system that will provide consumers with even greater transparency on where their beef comes from and how it has been managed at every step of the production process. Following a successful collaboration with Chinese domestic meat producer Kerchin, the project with InterAgri is JD’s latest smart supply chain project leverages blockchain technology to bring confidence to consumers.
China is the world’s second largest buyer of imported food and beverages after the United States with total imports exceeding A$130 billion in 2016 (UN Comtrade). Australia is China’s sixth largest supplier of food (behind […]
Agricultural Trade Office (ATO) in Shanghai, explores nine categories of imported food products, including fruit, and how they are perceived by consumers in Shanghai, Nanjing, Ningbo and Wuhan. Of the 1325 consumers interviewed across each […]
China Australia Malcolm Turnbull says Australia has succeeded in securing a deal “many said would never happen” in signing the TPP-11 agreement in Chile overnight. https://www.theaustralian.com.au/national-affairs/foreign-affairs/the-deal-many-said-would-never-happen-tpps-137bn-economic-access/news-story/6a46d345dd17de9638f042103d9ba150 Related