Enabling Traceability in the Wine Supply Chain

@inproceedings{Cimino2012EnablingTI,
  title={Enabling Traceability in the Wine Supply Chain},
  author={Mario Giovanni C. A. Cimino and Francesco Marcelloni},
  booktitle={ArtDeco},
  year={2012}
}
In the last decade, several factors have determined an increasing demand for wine supply chain transparency. Indeed, amalgamation, fraud, counterfeiting, use of hazardous treatment products and pollution are affecting the trust of consumers, who are more and more oriented to consider the so-called “credence attributes” rather than price. Thus, consumers demand detailed information on the overall process from the grape to the bottle. In this chapter, we present a system for traceability in the… 

Grape Grower Wine Producer Filler / Packer Bulk Distributor Transit Cellar Supplier Freight Operator Importer Finished Goods Distributor

TLDR
A blockchain based wine supply chain traceability system where every transaction is recorded as a block in the chain and is visible to the relevant participants and immutable since any change to the recorded information will break the chain is proposed.

A Virtual Supply Chain Architecture to Grant Product Transparency in Agribusiness

  • G. Bruno
  • Business
    Supply Chain and Logistics Management
  • 2020
Especially in the food sector, fraud and counterfeiting are affecting the trust of consumers, who are more and more oriented to chose products basing on quality and traceability attributes rather

Wine traceability and authenticity - a literature review.

In the actual economic context, the agro-food economy is focused on the consumer demands regarding quality, safety and security of food and foodstuffs. Traceability of wine can be defined as a method

A Complete Traceability System for a Wine Supply Chain Using Radio-Frequency Identification and Wireless Sensor Networks [Wireless Corner]

Radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology provides an effective tool for managing traceability along food supply chains. This is because it allows automatic digital registration of data, and

The Marketing Implications of Value Chain Governance Strategies of Wine Products Using Geographical Indications (GIs) in Italy and UK

Value chain governance (VCG) strategies have important marketing implications for specific wine and agri-food products that used GIs in Italy and UK. There are many challenges surrounding the

The Use of Carbon Footprint in the Wine Sector: Methodological Assumptions

Wine production is an important economic sector in many countries worldwide. In addition, its sales and consumption are steadily augmenting on an annual basis. This has increased the interest by

Multi-criteria evaluation of sustainable supply chains in the agrifood sector

The agrifood sector is considered as one of the leading sectors in Europe, in terms of turnover, value added and employment. The economic and political impact of this sector is recognised and

Intelligent Car Parking System Based on Blockchain Processing Reengineering

TLDR
It is proved that BCPR is a feasible solution to solve the problem of pain points in industry and conducive to the development of the industry and blockchain technology with the realization of resource integration while taking into account the issue of trust.

Managing uncertainty in agroforestry problems : applications of operation research models and methodologies in the wine and forestry industries.

This thesis was centered fundamentally on the application of operation research models and methodologies to problems that arise in the forestry and agricultural industries. Although those models

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 14 REFERENCES

Value Added on Food Traceability: a Supply Chain Management Approach

  • Xiaojun WangDong Li
  • Business
    2006 IEEE International Conference on Service Operations and Logistics, and Informatics
  • 2006
After recent food scandals and incidents, the design and implementation of traceability systems from farms to forks has become an important task for the food industry. For many food businesses,

Traceability in agriculture and food supply chain: A review of basic concepts, technological implications, and future prospects

In recent times, the accurate and timely traceability of products and activities in the supply chain has become a new factor in food and agribusiness. Increasingly, consumers in many parts of the

Perspectives on traceability in food manufacture

Patterns and technologies for enabling supply chain traceability through collaborative e-business

The importance of transformations for traceability - A case study of lamb and lamb products.

Tracking and traceability in the meat processing industry: a solution

TLDR
The authors offer a practical solution for the development of a tracking and traceability system within the meat industry that is capable of identifying and handling a product and the information attached to it throughout the production process to retail packs.

Managing traceability information in manufacture

On Improving Automation by Integrating RFID in the Traceability Management of the Agri-Food Sector

TLDR
The automation level in an RFID-based traceability system is analyzed and compared with respect to traditional ones, showing that, by using RFID technology, agri-food enterprises increase their automation level and also their efficiency, in a sustainable way.