ABA welcomes grant to explore blockchain technology

Alcohol Beverages Australia Chief Executive Andrew Wilsmore welcomes the Federal Government’s announcement of a $2.6m grant to explore the potential of blockchain technology to enhance the productivity and competitiveness of the food and beverage sector.

“This project offers a unique opportunity to deliver on the goals outlined in Alcohol Beverage Australia’s Vision for Industry 2030  to gauge the effectiveness of blockchain technology to meet the demands of modern manufacturing in the digital age.

“We look forward to seeing the results of the pilot to understand the potential benefits for the broader alcohol industry.”

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