There is a huge open market for developers and companies looking to explore big data, as well as consumer-driven data. As more and more consumers become aware of what and how they consume food and beverages, the intake of certain elements has become increasingly important to them. Storing all of that data in an online form will prove to be quite the challenge, but blockchain technology is here to help.
Consumers Use Apps To Track Ingredient Intake
The health industry is a booming business for app developers and companies looking to process all of that data. Everything we eat or drink has a certain amount of calories, carbs, salt, fat, fibre, and proteins. A lot of people have started to keep track of these things themselves, in order to live a healthier lifestyle.
That being said, we live in a digital age now, where everything is stored on the devices we carry with us at any given time. In particular, the mobile app market is seeing a huge influx of “healthy” applications, such as