Food industry: IFFCO introduces blockchain to modernise Tunisian subsidiary

Food industry: IFFCO introduces blockchain to modernise Tunisian subsidiary

The Dubai company wants to improve the traceability of its edible oils by integrating blockchain technology.

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▪ The Dubai company wants to improve the traceability of its edible oils by integrating blockchain technology.

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IFFCO is recalibrating its Tunisian olive oil production branch with an injection of several million dinars over the next few weeks. The Compagnie Générale des Industries Alimentaires (COGIA), a subsidiary of the Emirati giant, IFFCO, will cash a check for 20 million dinars granted by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (Berd), in the form of a one-year revolving working capital facility.

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