When it Comes to Food Recalls, Prevention is Key

When it comes to traceability and food recalls, most of the attention is given to quick response times and the ability to effortlessly trace ingredients and product at the lot level to find out which items and SKUs need to be pulled from shelves. And while this is imperative – quick and accurate recalls are a must-have – there needs to be more attention on reducing food recalls in the first place.

FoodLogiQ Releases Food Industry’s Most Comprehensive End-to-End Quality Incidents Management Technology

Capture and track quality issues across the food chain, centralize communication with suppliers, process credit requests using FoodLogiQ Connect

FoodLogiQ, the leading SaaS provider of traceability, food safety, and supply chain transparency software solutions, announced today the availability of the most comprehensive end-to-end quality incidents management technology on the market. FoodLogiQ will unveil the new functionality live during a free webinar this Thursday, January 26 at 2:00pm EST.

Creating a Culture of Food Safety in Your Organization

Talking about food safety at an occasional meeting or conference is one thing. However, making food safety a part of your organization’s culture is another. In today’s marketplace, though, you can’t afford to not develop a culture of food safety. It’s too important and could mean the difference between a thriving company and one that’s overshadowed by the competition.

FoodLogiQ Expands Teams in Sales, Customer Success and Marketing

Fast-growing, Durham-based tech company announces new hires to support company growth and momentum

FoodLogiQ, the leading SaaS provider of food safety compliance, traceability, and supply chain transparency software solutions, announced today the expansion of its team with several new hires in sales, customer success, marketing as well as appointing two leadership positions, Chief Technology Officer and Vice President of Sales.

2017: The Year of Food Supply Chain Transparency

FoodLogiQ CEO Dean Wiltse recently sat down with the editors of Food Safety Tech to discuss how the increasing complexity of the global food chain has also increased the complexity of food traceability and why transparency in the food supply chain will become the new normal in 2017. Read the full Q&A from the interview below.