VeChain-based traceability solution platform, My Care, developed by DNV GL, has just been adopted by the world’s third-largest producer of pasta, De Cecco, for evaluative measure against the novel COVID-19 virus, DNV GL Business Assurance Team has said.
De Cecco chose DNV GL’s My Care methodology to guarantee the safety of its employees and operators via an evaluative measure that helps mitigate the risk of COVID-19.
Meanwhile, data from the verification processes are stored on VeChain blockchain due to the transparency and immutability of the technology and the information can be obtained via QR code.
De Cecco is the first Italy-based food producing company to adopt the infection risk and prevention blockchain-based solution.
As the COVID-19 virus continues to linger and De Cecco keeps on producing, the DNV GL’s My Care methodology offers the food company verification for its actions in managing and preventing spread of risk and infection in its daily activities.
The Italian food company said its internal protocols and activities are now subject to DNV GL – Business Assurance verification. De Cecco would be using My Care methodology to ensure proper management and prevention of COVID-19 spread in its two pasta factories, Orton and Fara San Martino.
DNV GL’s My Care, designed for the mitigation of infection risk and spread through business management systems, procedures, and operation, has gone places across the globe with numerous adoptions since its launch.
The Insurance Manager Quality and self-control systems at De Cecco, Vincenzo Ponte, said they are now relying on DNV GL to verify and certify their adequacy towards ensuring the safety of its operators and staff.
The colossal certification company would help authenticate De Cecco’s commitment and the suitability in managing the risk of the virus.
VeChain and Avery Dennison Displayed Numerous Blockchain and IoT Solution
VeChain has said it jointly showcased a blockchain-based food supply chain solution in partnership with Avery Dennison Intelligent Labels at the 14th International Internet of Things Exhibition (IOTE 2020) in Shenzhen, China.
The event, touted as Asia’s largest IoT expo, gathered 130,000 professional visitors, purchasers and 800 professionals from enterprise. The two firms displayed numerous Blockchain and IoT innovations at the global event.
The food traceability solution survives on the VeChain ToolChain, which offers business-oriented technology, customizable tools and templates for enterprises.
Avery Dennison’s smart label products and solutions will be integrated with the VeChain ToolChain and thereby helping the food firm achieve a clear end-to-end digital lifecycle management for its products.
Both Avery Dennison and VeChain will be working together to offer value chain digital solutions to food enterprises at different locations around the world.