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Key Components of a FSMA Food Safety Plan

The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) works to prevent foodborne illnesses in the United States by providing the FDA with more regulatory power. It can be categorized into seven rules:

Fall 2022 Release: Document Approval Workflows, Incomplete Products

FoodLogiQ's Fall 2022 Release expands functionality across the FoodLogiQ Connect platform, unlocking new behaviors and broadening existing components to meet new use cases and industry needs.

FSMA 204 the Final Rule: The Roadmap to Enhanced Traceability Recordkeeping


The Final Rule for Section 204 Is Here!  

“FoodLogiQ commends the FDA for their tireless efforts and rigor in finalizing FSMA 204. This groundbreaking rule will truly help the food industry bend the curve of foodborne illness. FoodLogiQ looks forward to participating in the work ahead to achieve this vision of a safer, more traceable food system. Working together, we can move the food industry forward with the New Era of Smarter Food Safety, putting in place more effective, modern approaches to food traceability, and advance the use of tech-enabled solutions.” 

Julie McGill, Vice President of Supply Chain Strategy & Insights

FSMA 204 is “published”, but what does that actually mean?


Guest blogger Julie McGill, Vice President of Supply Chain Strategy and Insights, shares insights about the release of the Final Rule for FSMA 204. 

The rule has been "published", but what does that actually mean?

FSMA 204: The Road to Enhanced Traceability


Guest blogger Julie McGill, Vice President of Supply Chain Strategy and Insights, shares insights about the release of the Final Rule for FSMA 204.

Effective November 7, 2022, the FDA updated its website with a statement about the anticipated release of the publication.

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