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A B S T R A C T Traceability of ingredients in food supply chains has become paramount in a world in which markets become global, heterogeneous, and complex and in which consumers expect a high level of quality. The food supply chain consists of many organizations having different interests and are often reluctant to share traceability information with each other. Blockchain has been advocated for improving traceability by providing trust. Yet, practice proved to be more stubborn. The goal ofdoi:10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2019.05.025 fatcat:rq5aqj3u6vfofdelw3mhtszegy