The World's Pioneering Agricultural & Halal Digital Trade Ecosystem solving food system challenges
OneAgrix and the core developers of OriginTrail announced a partnership with the goal to ensure and tackle the trust deficit in the Halal goods marketplace, enabling food safety and transparency. This brings tangible benefits to businesses and consumers in the USD 2.5 trillion global halal markets. OneAgrix, a B2B online marketplace for the sourcing of halal food ingredients and products, will use Trace Labs’ data exchange solutions to tackle the trust deficit in the halal goods marketplace, enabling food safety and transparency. This brings tangible benefits to businesses and consumers in the USD 2.5 trillion global halal markets.
Diana Sabrain, CEO of OneAgrix, said:OriginTrail technology is amazing. Part of the technology right now that OriginTrail is using together with Oneagrix is to empower the African continent. We do have a project going on with the government of Nigeria (AfCFTA). It’s called Nigeria feeds the world initiative, which will use OriginTrail as a layer of data transparency on the OneAgrix platform. We can not only use that data to do cross-border trade but at the same time to empower people. We’re talking about lowering poverty rates, we’re talking about giving economic empowerment to the continent. And you know Africa truly can feed itself, it will feed the world. It’s not just all about profits for us, the transparent supply chain is also about sustainability and we take this really seriously. OriginTrail will change the world.
What OneAgrix does is we are the world’s largest halal and agricultural digital trade ecosystem. What we do is we have an end-to-end solution for cross-border trade and this would span from DNA traceability solutions all the way to matching solutions, payment, logistics. All in on one platform.
What we’ve been doing with OriginTrail since 2019 was to create an e-commerce environment where we could verify data agriculture to cart. What we are doing is also consolidating agricultural and halal data onto one platform and it allows us to create more transparency. The transparent supply chain is also about sustainability and we take this really seriously.
When we speak to procurement offices from the halal sector, where 7-8% of procurement offices that purchase halal products are non-Muslims, they don’t know any better about halal certification data. Some of them would not be able to ascertain whether in terms of import laws, is the halal certification accredited So, you are now looking at a $2,5Tn industry being fragmented as one, but how is data traveling?… This is where we partnered with OriginTrail.
In December 13, 2022 OneAgrix along with ecosystem partners Inexto and OriginTrail announced a partnership to develop an end-to-end food traceability technology. Halal consumers will Inexto provides the identification technology, certificates are stored in OriginTrail's network operating system (nOS) to maintain their integrity and OneAgrix will provide the platform for suppliers and consumers to manage their products.