Blockchain-enabled traceability has been widely touted as having a great potential for improving food supply chains. Proposed benefits include: outbreak tracing, verifying ingredient origins, monitoring environmental compliance and automating payments. Blockchain-enabled food supply chains have not been widely studied in developing countries. Therefore, a comprehensive evaluation of blockchain-enabled traceability in food supply chains was conducted to gain a deeper understanding of the potential impacts on food supply chain sustainability. A case study of a pork supply chain in Vietnam was analysed to understand the context in a developing country. The analysis was conducted through the lens of a triple-bottom-line blockchain framework for supply chains.
|Title of host publication||Information Systems Research in Vietnam|
|Editors||N Hoang Thuan, D Dang-Pham, HS Le, TQ Phan|
|Place of Publication||Singapore|
|Number of pages||17|
|Publication status||Published - 2023|