Defined as a growing list of records linked using cryptography, the workshop will show how blockchain can go beyond traceability and give the user visibility of food safety and quality in complex supply chains, Campden BRI said.
The workshop will also offer guidance on the lesser-known bowtie, a risk management tool that allows businesses to manage their customers more comprehensively.
“Food safety management systems have evolved in recent years to a more holistic approach,” said Andrew Collins, food safety management systems lead at Campden BRI. “Bowtie takes a wider view on the risks and looks at the levels of control.”
The workshop will take place at Campden BRI’s offices in Gloucestershire on 31 March.