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How EFI is Scaling Data Management Processes Using Technology

“Equitable Food Initiative (EFI) brings growers, farm workers, retailers and consumers to the table to create a safer, more equitable food system. Growers in the EFI program invest in their workers and are committed to creating a culture of continuous improvement.”

Equitable Food Initiative is a workforce development and standard-setting nonprofit that trains agricultural workforces and certifies farms in the fresh produce supply chain.  The program has certified 37 farms across the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and Guatemala. EFI was created by visionaries from across the food supply chain — a group of stakeholders that represents the entire value chain.

FoodLogiQ Customers Named to NRN's 50 Most Influential Women in FoodService List

On Monday, March 30, the Nation’s Restaurant News published its 2020 Power List of the 50 Most Influential Women in Foodservice. Selected by the publication’s editors, these executives, chefs, technology experts, marketing gurus and bold thinkers are driving the foodservice industry forward.

FoodLogiQ CMO Katy Jones Elected to GS1 US Retail Grocery Initiative (RGI) Executive Leadership Committee

We're thrilled to share that FoodLogiQ Katy Jones, Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer, has been elected to the GS1 US Retail Grocery Initiative (RGI) Executive Leadership Committee.

The RGI is a structured initiative for retail grocery that helps stakeholders focus on the most important industry problems, streamline resources, and drive adoption and implementation of the industry-defined solutions leveraging GS1 Standards.

FoodLogiQ Named to SVG’s 2020 THRIVE Top 50 FoodTech List

FoodLogiQ is thrilled to be named to the SVG Ventures THRIVE Top 50 FoodTech List, a compilation of growth-stage companies that are disrupting the future of food and agriculture. The THRIVE report was published by Forbes and was released today during a livestream announcement.

Brass City Harvest Selects FoodLogiQ for Food Safety and Transparency Needs

FoodLogiQ is pleased to announce that fresh produce cooperative Brass City Harvest has selected FoodLogiQ Connect’s Manage + Monitor for global supply chain visibility and streamlined supplier management.

Brass City Harvest is part of an evolving supply chain of growers, packers and shippers that is using technology to better engage and build relationships with their suppliers, as well as to manage their required documentation for compliance. FoodLogiQ’s food safety software provides users with real-time supply chain data, enabling organizations to make business decisions with speed and accuracy and to advance their food safety and quality assurance programs.

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