Connecting seafood producers to consumers via blockchain

Within the global food supply chain, seafood logistics are among the most compromised, due to the widespread misuse of labels and direct seafood fraud. Marine conservation non-profit Oceana published a report on the extent of seafood fraud within North America. Its research showed that the U.S. was particularly vulnerable, as 90% of all the country’s seafood is imported – often from Southeast Asia.

Unisot, a Norwegian blockchain-based company, is working to bring visibility into global seafood supply chains. Unisot’s platform is powered by blockchain and provides all parties within the network a ‘universal source of truth’ to the end-to-end movement of shipment – from origin to the end customer.

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UNISOT is a revolutionary enterprise blockchain service provider built on over 20 years’ experience in enterprise business integrations, aiming to change the future of global Supply Chains.
It emerges from the well established business processes in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems – such as SAP S/4 HANA, MS Dynamics 365, M3, Oracle, Salesforce, Sage X3 and  IFS.

We enable enterprises of all sizes and all industries to leverage P2P blockchain benefits from within their current systems, making the instant product traceability during its product lifecycle secure and affordable.