End of Supermarkets? Unilever, MARS, Campina and Others Sign Up for a Blockchain Food-Tech Service that Could Cut Prices of Australian Manufacturers by a Third

A new platform, INS aims to save up to 30% on everyday shopping by implementing blockchain and smart contracts into the supply chain management bypassing retailers.   MOSCOW, November 23, 2017 /PRNewswire/ Australia’s biggest food and household goods brands have signed up to a new shopping service which can slash grocery bills by 30 percent by cutting out the supply chain middlemen, i.e. retailers and wholesalers. MARS, Reckitt Benckiser, Unilever and others have all signed agreements (Memoranda of Understanding) intending to start selling items directly to consumers through INS Ecosystem digital platform which is…

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