VeChain’s official Medium channel announces a new ability provided by VeChain for its users.
They begin their official blog post by saying that the history of Japanese tea culture dates back in the 9th century and the ceremonial way of preparing the tea and serving it is a real art in Japan.
Improving traceability and authenticity
“To improve authenticity and traceability of tea products, VeChain is working with one of the most historic tea businesses in Japan run by the Fuji MARUMO Tea Garden,” VeChain writes.
By using an advanced traceability and IoT solutions, FujiMARUMO Tea’s customers have the ability to check the origin of their tea products via a smartphone. They can read the NFC chips that are embedded on the package.
“In this first trial batch, there are a total of 100 products embedded with VeChain’s NFC chips which serve as a memorable limited edition offering of Fuji Tea. This trial is the Proof of Concept for the larger partnership that will be implemented upon completion,” VeChain notes.
For this solution, every product has a unique ID that assures exclusiveness to the line. Via the NFC chip, customers will be abler to check that the origin or their tea is from Fuji MARUMO Tea Garden.
More detailed data provided
More than that, when customers are scanning the chips, they can get even more detailed data about their product including the history of the tea garden in a video and also a verification certificate issued and stored on the VeChainThor Blockchain.
“With VeChain’s traceability solution, Fuji Tea products carry more detailed information related to the Japanese tea culture and is serviced in a way that is able to be shared with consumers in a brand new way.”
It’s also important to mention that tomorrow, December 7th, Fuji MARUMO Tea Garden will demonstrate tea products with VeChain’s technology and Japanese tea culture at Japan Classy Culture Experience & Party held in Singapore.
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