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Only last week The Guardian exposed the vast scale of food hygiene and traceability fraud committed by one of the largest chicken suppliers. The conditions behind the chicken on sale at many…
This October, we’re promoting our founding SME members including Tideford Organic, The People’s Supermarket, and Farmdrop, in a month-long campaign celebrating open, honest businesses. It’ll be a chance for you to discover the…
After a successful project tracking alpaca from farm to end garment, A Transparent Company – working with Provenance technology – take part in the second edition of Fashion for Good in Amsterdam.
We’re now working with the ISEAL Innovations Fund to take part in Blockchain Revolution: a pilot project led by the Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials.
We’re looking for a developer to work closely with our team of designers, front-end and blockchain developers.
From QR codes to 3D scanning, we explore different tagging methods for linking physical products with digital information.
We’ve partnered with the the UK’s leading organic certification body to transform the organic mark from a static image to a fully-interactive symbol of trust.
With a shared mission for fair trading in supply chains, we’ve partnered with Fairfood to design the first-ever mechanism visualising proof of payment, data stored on the blockchain.
Whether online or in-store, how can shoppers trust and interact with certification marks? What are the technicalities behind using Provenance technology to digitise certification?
We are looking for an experienced delivery manager who will be the scrum master for the team, ensuring the commercial and product team work in sync.
Provenance and Sourcemap link their platforms for supply chain transparency, enabling businesses to map their supply chain, gather data, and track verified claims with the movement of product.
Our work with Dutch NGO Fairfood brings greater transparency to the coconut industry by using blockchain to prove fair pay for farmers.
We’re looking for an experienced digital designer to lead the visual consistency of Provenance across touch points, primarily on mobile devices.
British tech startup Provenance, a digital platform enabling brands and retailers to bring integrity and transparency to their supply chains, has raised funding from strategic investors to revolutionise consumer trust. Following a…
We’re looking for an efficient operations pro to help the team in our next stage of growth, and contribute to building the future of brand trust.
We’re looking for a sales-driven star to champion our commercials. The right candidate will be organised, and able to manage all aspects our sales process.
Coffee consumption is constantly on the rise, making sustainability an imperative for both producers and consumers alike This week, Provenance founder Jessi Baker and project manager Neliana Fuenmayor are at the Re:Co…