Decapolis develops a platform using blockchain technology to create an unalterable record of quality assurance certifications throughout the production and distribution chain for food products. It helps food producers in product profitability and operating costs using the blockchain for transparency and efficiency of the food producer’s supply chain and distribution processes. The company was founded in 2018 and is based in Amman, Jordan.
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Food traceability companies compile and analyze real-time data across the shipping journey in order to provide end-to-end shipment visibility. This market includes platforms that connect players across the supply chain to enable inventory tracking and workflow automation, many of these vendors utilize blockchain technology.
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Expert Collections containing Decapolis
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Decapolis is included in 3 Expert Collections, including Supply Chain & Logistics Tech.
Supply Chain & Logistics Tech
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Grocery Retail Tech
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Latest Decapolis News
Oct 25, 2022
Fresh Del Monte Produce, one of the world’s leading vertically integrated producers, distributors, and marketers of fresh and fresh-cut fruits and vegetables invested a 39 percent stake in Decapolis, a Jordanian and UK-based startup technology company that provides a blockchain-driven traceability technology for the food industry. The investment is part of Fresh Del Monte’s technologically driven mission to provide best-in-class, innovative solutions for its products and services, but also creates and provides sustainable solutions that other businesses and industries can benefit from. The two companies plan to roll out Decapolis Food Guard (DFG), the blockchain-based traceability solution, across all Fresh Del Monte business segments, starting with Fresh Del Monte’s pineapple operations in Costa Rica. Decapolis Food Guard provides full traceability solutions through the DFG chain of records which capture assessments at each stage of production, from planting to distribution through QR codes. Deploying blockchain technology ensures data remains immutable and QR codes on product labels certify end-to-end traceability. Anyone who scans the QR code will be able to see a complete log of product information from farm to fork. This traceability process allows for trusted record-keeping in the supply chain, whether it impacts consumer knowledge, food safety, or quality analysis. Fresh Del Monte and Decapolis also plan to provide the Decapolis Food Guard (DFG) to other interested businesses. “Now more than ever, consumers are very cognizant of what goes into their food. With this blockchain technology, they’ll know exactly what has gone into the product, and where it has travelled until the moment it was purchased for consumption. We’re excited to begin rolling out this traceability solution to all Fresh Del Monte products,” said Mohammad Abu-Ghazaleh, Fresh Del Monte Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Decapolis has successfully developed and deployed this solution in the private and public sectors, spanning four continents. Today, Decapolis is optimistic about its promising partnership with Fresh Del Monte. “We are in the business of doing good. We embark on this endeavour with full confidence in our company, our offerings, our service, and the people we serve. It will surely be a promising and fruitful venture, a force multiplier to work that positively impacts communities, families, and the future of healthy living and technology for good. “We remain steadfast in moving towards our vision of becoming the leading global reference platform for compliance and certification for food trade worldwide,” said Abedalrhman Habashneh, Decapolis Founder and Chief Executive Officer. The post Fresh Del Monte invests in Jordanian agritech Decapolis appeared first on My Startup World - Everything About the World of Startups!.
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Decapolis Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Decapolis founded?
Decapolis was founded in 2018.
Where is Decapolis's headquarters?
Decapolis's headquarters is located at King Hussein Business Park, Amman.
What is Decapolis's latest funding round?
Decapolis's latest funding round is Corporate Minority.
How much did Decapolis raise?
Decapolis raised a total of $350K.
Who are the investors of Decapolis?
Investors of Decapolis include Fresh Del Monte Produce, Village Capital, Oasis500 and The Innovative Startups and SMEs Fund.
Who are Decapolis's competitors?
Competitors of Decapolis include FoodLogiQ, Lumachain, ArrowStream, Connecting Food, Provenance and 10 more.
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Lumachain offers a supply chain platform that tracks and traces the origin, location, and condition of individual food items in real-time, from farm to fork. This incentivizes farmers and manufacturers to create high-quality, ethically-produced products and allows enterprises to reduce waste, increase efficiency, and grow revenues and margins. The company serves the primary processors, secondary processors, retail, and quick service restaurant industries. The company was founded in 2018 and is based in Sydney, New South Wales.
Legit Fish, fka BackTracker, develops a seafood traceability database that compares confidential data from supply chain participants to landings data collected by the government in order to provide seafood dealers, processors, retailers, and their customers a solid verification of each individual lot of product that has been transacted. Legit Fish can provide confirmation that species, location, and volumes are accurate as they move down the supply chain.
ThisFish traces seafood back to its origins: who caught it, when, where, and how. ThisFish is committed to helping its customers make more informed choices about the authenticity and quality of the seafood they eat, while promoting fishers. Fisher harvesters identify their catch with a code using a tag or label, upload information to ThisFish, ship the fish, and the customer can trace exactly where the fish came from.
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