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In recent years, the food supply system has become increasingly globalized. Traditional traceability systems have issues with centralized administration, opaque information, untrustworthy data, and the ease with which information islands can be created. To address the aforementioned issues, this study proposes a blockchain-based traceability system for storing and querying product information throughout the agricultural supply chain. Most existing systems, on the other hand, are unable to meetdoi:10.32628/cseit228216 fatcat:74rid64yi5d55my3dpoykoorji