Food safety, traceability and sustainability blog

Summer 2022 Release: New Critical Tracking Events, Audit Trends, and More

FoodLogiQ's Summer 2022 Release expands functionality across the FoodLogiQ Connect platform, enabling new behaviors and broadening existing components to meet new use cases. As with all of our releases, this release is guided by industry drivers and direct customer feedback.

LIVE DEMO | 4 Important Items On Your Product Removal Checklist

Product removals and withdrawals range from contamination with a pathogen, such as E. coli, to a foreign object, such as metal, to a nutrient imbalance or undeclared allergens. But one thing is for sure: when your brand is involved in a removal or withdrawal event, it's inconvenient at best—and permanently destructive at worst. To ensure better outcomes, preparing a product removal checklist that corresponds with FDA guidelines is important. You'll be ready to face a product removal or market withdrawal situation.

Make No Little Plans


Guest blogger Julie McGill, Vice President of Supply Chain Strategy and Insights, reflects on Frank Yiannis' presentation at the recent IAFP annual meeting and how we can cross the many bridges to food safety.

Building and Maintaining Your Supplier Diversity Program

Supplier diversity has continued to be one of the many competing priorities for supply chain, procurement, and business leaders in 2022. Some of the largest and most successful brands and businesses have announced commitments to supplier diversity through increased spending on diverse suppliers, diversity requirements for suppliers, or new benchmarks to create accountability toward supplier diversity.

Formula to Feed the Future | Tyson Foods Publishes Sustainability Report

Recently, Tyson Foods launched its FY21 Sustainability Report revealing its “renewed strategic commitment and aspirations to become the most sustainable and transparent protein company in the world.”

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