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The largest Swiss multinational food and drink company, Nestlé, has announced it will be giving consumers access to blockchain data for Mousline purée in France.

According to the statement, this is the very first time that Nestlé is sharing information on its products via a blockchain technology.

“Consumers can use their smartphone or other device to scan a QR code on the Mousline packaging,” notes the announcement.

Thanks to the blockchain tech, Nestlé’s clients can see the production date, quality control parameters, storage times and the location of warehouses.

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