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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▪ 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.
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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