Blockchain tech is helping food producers and retailers guarantee the provenance of their products. This will ensure a transparent food supply chain in Scotland and a more honest relationship with the end consumer. It’ll also help to protect and authenticate national food and drink brands.
Research company, MarketandMarkets, recently put a price on Blockchain in agriculture. It estimated that the global market is currently worth around 60.8 million USD, and it’s projected to reach 429.7 million USD by 2023.
How will the growth of blockchain affect the Scottish food and drinks sector?