Safety & Sustainability: Do Your Suppliers Care Enough?

Proper food safety isn’t just something that you can focus on within the context of your own processes and facilities. If you want to maintain integrity across the board, you also have to consider how food safety is being dealt with both up and down the supply chain. This means carefully vetting food suppliers to ensure their practices align with your needs and beliefs.

Supply & Demand Chain Executive Names FoodLogiQ’s CEO, Dean Wiltse, a 2017 Pro to Know

The annual elite supply chain list recognizes Wiltse for experience and leadership.

FoodLogiQ CEO Dean Wiltse has been named a 2017 Pro to Know by Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine!  As the executive’s user manual for successful supply and demand chain transformation, this leading B2B publication compiles an annual list of supply chain’s top professionals.

Digitizing Supply Chains: The Key to Successful FSMA Implementation

The Food Safety Modernization Act addresses many issues in the food processing supply chain from "farm-to-fork." One major goal is to reduce the number of illnesses that result from failures in the supply chain. Data from the Centers for Disease Control suggest that there are approximately 50 million cases of foodborne illness in the United States every year. More than 100,000 hospitalizations result, and several thousand people die.

2016 Recall Recap: Why Food Recall Software is Necessary

In 2016, Food Safety Magazine tracked 764 total food recalls - a 22 percent surge in comparison to their same tracking in 2015. As the FDA begins to flex its muscles with the Food Safety Modernization Act and consumers are more watchful than ever before, managing food recall risk is critical for your brand.

What Organizations are Doing About Food Safety Concerns

Not long ago, we published an article that highlighted some food manufacturing concerns. Some of the trending challenges included quality control and total transparency in food traceability, which directly impacts the safety of food production in the United States.

These are among the most common trends, but they’re not the only ones. There are many specific safety concerns that challenge the way food is produced, manufactured, and prepared, and it’s important to know how to solve the issues at hand.