Aiming to implement full transparency concerning the traceability and authenticity in the food supply sector, MED Food TTHubs taps into cutting edge technologies and “Internet of Things” (IoT) solutions and builds on standardised approaches to food production processes and location identification, transparent monitoring procedures and innovative business partnerships.
Therefore, MED Food TTHubs establishes and operates seven pilot Trace & Trust Hubs forming a transnational network playing the role of a one-stop-shop for traceability and authenticity for “added value” Mediterranean food products.
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MED Food TTHubs is a PRIMA project that seeks to support the implementation of full-path tracing practices through the whole distribution channel from seed to shelf in order to achieve safer and more sustainable Mediterranean food products for people all around the world.
MED Food TTHubs e-platform along with its various modules and apps will fully support the operation of the 7 Trace & Trust Hubs. The web-based platform will employ blockchain technology, which will ensure increased transparency and provision of trusted information.
On the platform, users will be able to share information across the whole food supply chain. On the basis of such information, nutritional profiles of Mediterranean food products will then be developed and further enhance the documentation of products’ traceability and authenticity. Through the Consumer App module, consumers from around the world will be able to access detailed and accurate product information from ground to mouth, by using TraceID or QR code.
The e-platform will also act as a common interface for the involved in the Mediterranean food-industry stakeholders. Implementation, monitoring and provision of Authentication and Quality Assurance Protocols and certifications concerning the entire product lifecycle will also be supported improving market and consumers’ confidence.
Seven product cases with diverse characteristics and nutritional profiles have been selected to pilot test MED Food TTHubs approach in seven Mediterranean countries.
These pilot case scenarios represent the real test field for designing and implementing the business processes for providing added-value services concerning the traceability and authenticity control through one-stop-shop units. Make sure you follow all the updates and subscribe to our biannual newsletter.
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This project is part of the PRIMA programme supported by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme, under Grant Agreement No 1931