With the increase in the use of smartphones and the fast internet speed, the use of black and white squares, commonly referred to as QR (Quick Response) code, has recently gained a lot of popularity all around the world.
Today, globalization is changing the way we put food on our table. In the past, farm management was only the main concern in the field of agriculture where farmers were the only ones who served as producer, supplier, laborer, manager, and owner.
Coffee culture has boomed recently, with people of all ages drinking it and many coffee shops opening in every gallis of major cities in Nepal. Earlier, we preferred buying instant coffee from department stores.
AgriClear is a mobile-based solution that facilitates the tracking of excellent agricultural habits and practices from farm to finger. It employs distributed ledger technology (DLT) to transform Nepal's current farming processes by using blockchain technology
AgriClear’s solution connects stakeholders through a transparent and traceable blockchain ledger. AgriClear platform includes an online dashboard to manage and monitor the supply chain and a digital wallet to record information.
When was the last time you scanned a code to purchase a product? What was the last item that you purchased? When did you last purchase meat? Did you scan it? Do you wonder where the goat or the chicken came from? Which breed it was?
When was the last time you bought a luxury item? Let's assume a pair of glasses or a luxury watch. How can you prove that the item you bought is genuine and not a knock-off? The product label and marketing
Food fraud is everywhere and the delivery of safe food to the public isn't guaranteed, especially in Nepal. It hasn't been long since an inspection carried out in the dairy firms of Nepal found out that different brands of packaged milk
The concept of Blockchain was first used in the context of bitcoin, the digital currency that emerged in the year 2009. bitcoin was launched with the intention of simplifying online transactions by bypassing government control of currency.
Food is our common ground, a universal experience. – James Beard Remember the last time you had salads, the fried chicken at your family outing, the long-grained rice that you prefer, healthy-looking fruits from the fresh mart, or a