Ayushi Srivastava

Ayushi Srivastava
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi | IIT Delhi · Centre for Rural Development and Technology

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Introduction
Hello, I am a research scholar at IIT Delhi working on the electronic traceability of honey value chain using blockchain technology in order to trace back the origin of honey in a secure and hack immune environment.

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Publications (16)
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Purpose This study aims to explore and analyze the application of blockchain technology (BKCT) in agrifood supply chain management (AFSM). Design/methodology/approach A systematic literature review (SLR) using Scopus, Emerald and Web of Science covering publications from 2016 to 2021 (till June). Out of 429 papers, 89 papers were shortlisted from...
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Nanobionics involves the improvement of plant or plant productivity using nanomaterials. Growth of a plant from a seed encompasses various factors which are directly or indirectly dependent upon the imbibition of micro and macro nutrients and vital elements from the soil. Since most of the nutrition is physiologically unavailable to the plants, it...
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Synthetic polymers are widely used globally for food and other packaging. It plays an important role in food packaging during transportation, handling, and also increasing shelf-life of product at a controlled atmospheric condition. Most of the time, plastic is preferred as a packaging material due to its inherent properties like light in weight, s...
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The purpose of this paper is to explore the enablers for the implementation of electronic traceability in agri-food supply chain in India. In several agri-food supply chains, the lack of any form of traceability or the presence of paper-based traceability impacts the trade of the concerned food product. Electronic traceability (e-traceability) will...
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Nanotechnology proved as a boon to this era and is widely applied in many areas of science and technology. Agriculture is the backbone of industrial raw material and it is very important to have technologies supporting high yield, better crop production and protection in a cost effective, ecofriendly and sustainable way. Globally, there is a lot of...
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To meetthechallengesoffoodsecurityinasustainable way,technological intervention inagricultureis ofprime importance. With the existing conventional technologies supporting high yield, better crop production and protection, the emphasis is now on use of nanotechnology. Exploring new applications of nanotechnology has gained momentum in recent years a...
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Increasing concerns over safety and quality of Non-Timber Forest Produce (NTFP) like honey, fruits, resins, etc have drawn more attention for monitoring the supply chain. In response to growing food safety issues, many technologies related to internet of things, such as RFID are applied to supply chain traceability and visibility. Due to their cent...
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Honey is a natural biological product from nectar of the flowers and is of immense medicinal and culinary importance to human beings. Usually, the honey is consumed in its natural form without much processing. In recent times, some of the food processers are developing flavoured honey candies and thins for more convenience of eating as dry product....
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Center for Rural Development and Technology@ IIT Delhi is conducting a short term course on Agri business planning and project appraisal techniques from 03rd to 08th December, 2018
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THE NEED The crop production has become extremely toxic due to the extensive use of chemicals for pest management. It is an urgent requirement for technology to step in for reducing the chemical pest management and at the same time develop tools for physical pest management. The scope of using the rural, low-cost mechanisms is extremely less explor...
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The value chain of honey is vulnerable to non-compliance of international standards, adulteration and food fraud. The objective of the study at IIT Delhi is to track and trace the value chain of selected unifloral honey using blockchain technology. This technology addresses the reliance on central identity as in RFID and ensures a robust system of...
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it s about quality assurance of henoy through etraceability

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After finalising the critical success factors through literature review and expert opinion , how to proceed?
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I am trying to trace back the origin of Indian honey.

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Ensure quality compliance in honey for export potential