Food safety, traceability and sustainability blog

Preparing for the Proposed FSMA 204 Rule with Chick-fil-A


Don’t miss FoodLogiQ’s upcoming live webinar on how to prepare for the FDA's proposed traceability rule with industry leader Chick-fil-A.

Section 204 of the Food Safety Modernization Act instructs the FDA to develop additional recordkeeping requirements for certain foods to help establish clear tracing of a food product's source when needed to address food safety risks. In the proposed rule, the FDA encourages firms to maintain required traceability information in a single electronic system.

FoodLogiQ Discusses FSMA 204 and Enhanced Traceability at GS1 Connect 2021


GS1 Connect 2021 was virtual again this year, leaning into discussions on lessons and projections around a more digital food industry. The annual event, hosted by GS1 US, has the purpose of, “bringing trading partners together to network and learn about the value of using standards-based business processes and best practices for optimum efficiencies in managing the supply and demand sides of their value chain.”

FoodLogiQ Recognized in the 2021 Gartner ‘Vertical-Industry Context: ‘Magic Quadrant for Multienterprise Supply Chain Business Networks’ Report


FoodLogiQ is proud to be identified within the food industry-specific section of the Gartner recently published report Magic Quadrant for Multienterprise Supply Chain Business Networks. Vendors mentioned within the Vertical-Industry Context report are recognized based on a defined set of inclusion criteria.

Here Comes the Growth...Is Your Restaurant Ready?


Our guest blogger Steve Franke is a FoodLogiQ Enterprise Account Manager. He’s an avid sports fan, music aficionado, and has spent over 30 years in the restaurant industry.

Some restaurants were well-positioned for the shifts in consumer spending that happened in 2020 following the impact of Covid-19. Major foodservice brands such as Chipotle, McDonald’s, Wingstop and Domino's saw record sales as a result of dining habits that were forcibly adjusted to accommodate restrictions and regulations. Drive-thru, curbside pick-up, carry out and delivery became the new normal. This brought new customers and increased sales from streams of revenue that had previously not been sufficiently tapped into, or had never even existed. Of course, every stakeholder within the food system faced tremendous challenges, but for the fortunate few, the past year was more of a boon to the bottom line than a bust.

Delivering Global Quality and Sustainability Through Tech-Enabled Auditing with Red Lobster

“We want to make sure that we’re providing the safest food at the highest quality. The only way to really do that is to keep track of each individual supplier on a regular basis. You have to turn to technology.” Red Lobster Director of Total Quality and Food Safety Dennis Price.

Red Lobster has been leading the charge in delivering quality, sustainable seafood since 1968. And, with fans like Beyoncé, the brand has proven that excellence is to “Sea Food Differently,” particularly in terms of sourcing and standards. The Red Lobster commitment includes serving seafood “in ways that are traceable, sustainable, and responsible,” which is something that the entire food safety and quality team takes very seriously. Red Lobster Director of Total Quality and Food Safety Dennis Price spoke with FoodLogiQ on how his team leverages FoodLogiQ Connect auditing functionality to elevate standards throughout Red Lobster's global supply chain and ensure that the company is doing its part to protect ocean resources while serving customers across hundreds of locations.

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