FoodLogiQ Selected By Conagra Brands To Expand Its Commitment to Supply Chain Transparency, Recall Efficiency
With FoodLogiQ Connect, leading consumer packaged goods companies are working to engage and strengthen relationships with their suppliers, and to manage the necessary compliance requirements to advance food safety and quality assurance programs.
“At Conagra, we are continuously looking for the most innovative solutions to modernize food safety practices throughout our operations,” said Chris Fosse, Vice President, Quality at Conagra Brands. “FoodLogiQ’s quality management system will help us operate our supply chain more efficiently and effectively to deliver safe and high-quality products.”
Conagra will leverage FoodLogiQ Connect to enhance traceability by capturing and trackingsupplier quality issueswith FoodLogiQ’s mobile app to document any issues as products are received. Leveraging this real-time action, users can also issue corrective actions directly in the platform, as well as launch and trackproduct withdrawals and recalls in real time.
WithFoodLogiQ Connect, leading consumer packaged goods companies are working to engage and strengthen relationships with their suppliers, and to manage the necessary compliance requirements to advance food safety and quality assurance programs. By digitizing this process, brands are increasingsupplier compliancewith streamlined documentation and automated workflows to assemble food safety plans, conduct supplier and facility audits, implement corrective actions, support supplier verification, and centralize required recordkeeping.
The benefits of a centralized, digitized platform also extend to the brands’ supply chain partners. With FoodLogiQ Connect, customers can funnel supplier requirements directly through the platform to populate a dynamicTo-Do List for supplierscontaining compliance requirements.
“We are thrilled to welcome Conagra to the growing list of food industry innovators who are embracing technology to raise transparency in the supply chain and better connect data to make faster, safer food safety decisions,” said FoodLogiQ CEO Sean O’Leary.