Less regulation, more edible food.

While it isn't on a decentralized network yet, it's clear some of the most major players in the food world for the USA are looking into blockchains for tracking.

The data should be public. It can be studied and evaluated. The bad products can literally be pulled off of the shelves and the good ones that appear identical from the same and other manufacturers can be left on them.

We should all hope to see this type of tracking leading to an allowance of the growing organic food industry to conduct themselves differently than the major industrialized food vendors; we could stop paying taxes on useless oversight.

Innovation > regulation.