Secure and Efficient Block Chain Based Protocol For Food Beverages


  • Yagnam nagesh
  • Gyan Prakash


Restaurant system, Retailers, online food order, E-food, Food Industry.


This paper is executing a food menu function for customer to search as well as upload food in sequence. Nowadays, mobile devices with wireless technologies have appeared into the humanity industry in particularly restaurants with the development of food ordering system. Most of the restaurants are used in the manual ordering system, which is involving papers and pen. In this method has can be very slow and can occur in error in noting down the users orders. Additionally, large numbers of peoples are needed to use the online ordering system. It is more helpful and reduces the users waiting time. In this work presents the customer has been creating the registration he/she then the password will be generated. The user can create the account and login into the system and show the restaurant food menu details. Select the food item from the menu. Adding the customer data will be updated and delete the food orders from the menu bar. Update the cost of product details and update the additional information like photo, description etc. If the customer no need item remove all items from the current order and to show the payment details as well as type the location from the mobile. Finally, the notification SMS can be received from the mobile and view the place order. The existing supply chain method is not efficient enough to take care of the food safety at every stage. Due to in efficiencies in the food supply chain, food industry faces countless challenges.But the rising distributed ledger technology; block chain can improve the food safety by connecting multiple stakeholders like farmers, processors, retailers, as well as consumers.


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Author Biographies

Yagnam nagesh

IT Department, Associate Professor,Mettu university,Mettu, Ethiopia,Africa.

Gyan Prakash

Mentor, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology Startup Hub, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Government of India, Research and Development Neingeer, Vee Eee Technologies, Chennai, India.


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