Food safety, traceability and sustainability blog

Six Strategies to Secure Buy-In for Tech-Enabled Traceability [WEBINAR]


As FSMA regulation heats up in the food industry, companies are working to build buy-in and ROI for their traceability investment. The only effective way to manage traceability and ensure all parties are on the same page is by committing to a centralized process and system, and implementing a more modern process. Saving time, improving efficiency and mitigating risks all contribute to a major return on investment for food safety and traceability.

During our upcoming webinar, co-hosted with Zebra Technologies, gain insight into strategies for taking the next step in your traceability journey - and leave with six strategies for building buy-in to get there.

FoodLogiQ’s Summer ‘21 Release Expands Connect Data Links, Enables Audits-Based Incidents and Enhances SSO Functionality


The FoodLogiQ commitment to building a safe, connected food system starts and ends on the FoodLogiQ Connect Platform. With each new release, we strive to drive the industry forward by enabling the success of our users. In collaboration with our customers, we identify opportunities for greater efficiency and innovation across a diversity of supply chains and operational configurations. Our Summer ‘21 Release is no different, as we lower the barrier to take action, collaborate and identify important links between the thousands of products, locations, documents and events taking place on our platform. Review the highlights of our latest product enhancements below.

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.

Recall Readiness: Lessons Learned and a Look Ahead


FoodLogiQ’s new E-Book,“Recall Readiness: Lessons Learned & a Look Ahead,” details some of the major food recall events and foodborne illness outbreaks of 2020, as well as ways to establish recall modernization within your own organization.

Recalls are bound to happen in the food industry. While no organization wants to be at the center of a major outbreak or Class I recall, all organizations throughout the food supply chain must be prepared for this reality. In 2020, we witnessed several high-profile recalls with nationwide impact. From seafood, to produce, to onions and leafy greens, as well as hand sanitizers, which are being sold by many food retailers and used widely in essential businesses for health and safety practices. These major recalls come amid additional stresses brought on by challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Tech-Enabled Auditing in a Post-Pandemic World


Streamlined auditing is becoming a more central aspect of modern food safety compliance. Don't miss FoodLogiQ's upcoming demo on how to conduct tech-enabled audits.

Food safety audits are an essential practice for monitoring, managing and upholding product consistency, brand quality and regulatory compliance. Whether executed internally, assigned to suppliers or completed by a third party, audits enable food brands to proactively identify and resolve issues to continuously deliver on brand promise and uphold consumer trust.

Recall Readiness E-book

Food Safety & Traceability Software Buyer's Guide

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Traceability Consumer Survey

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