How one company is using blockchain to record every step of the process, from farmer to consumer.
The Seattle-based roaster is among the growing number of companies proving the benefits of employing blockchain technology in the specialty coffee supply chain.
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While the world’s biggest coffee company, Starbucks, is eyeing blockchain, Onda Origins is already deep into it as a way to create a verifiable bean to cup experience for customers.
The La Marzocco Cafe—the Sprudgie Award winning Seattle coffee shop and showroom inside the KEXP Studios—has announced their Year Three Roasters in Residence, and there’s a pretty signficant international bent to this year’s lineup.
The benefit that blockchain can provide to farmers is also what brought together Frans Tjallingii of Global Data Chain, which develops blockchain applications for supply chains, together with Scott Tupper, who runs Onda Origins.