Food safety, traceability and sustainability blog

Visualize Your Entire Supply Chain Through Critical Tracking Events


Any given food supply chain is comprised of an incredible number of events—make sure you're tracking the most important events for improving supply chain efficiency and quality control.  Join us on November 21st for our live demo on leveraging Critical Tracking Events (CTEs) to access a detailed view of your supply chain. 

In the Spotlight with FoodLogiQ's Emily Dunn


FoodLogiQ's “In the Spotlight”  series features talented team members who play an important role in our company’s success.  Today’s spotlight is on Emily Dunn, who joined FoodLogiQ in 2018 as a Business Development Representative. Emily brings her personal experience growing up on a farm and a background in healthcare to advance our mission to connect the world's supply chain.

Red Lobster Achieving Supply Chain Transparency Across 700 Restaurants with FoodLogiQ Connect

Thanks to FoodLogiQ, we now have full visibility into our supply chain. For a company like Red Lobster, that is essential.” — Red Lobster Total Quality and Food Safety Specialist Alyscia Ingram.

In the world of restaurant supply chain, we all crave visibility, data accessibility, and traceability; without that valuable insight, it’s extremely difficult to make informed business decisions. On the other hand, when you have a clear, big-picture view of your suppliers and processes, you can save time and money while delivering on your brand promise to customers.

A New Era of Smarter Food Safety Has Arrived


What we learned from the FDA’s public meeting on tech-enabled traceability and outbreak response, smarter tools, new business models and food safety culture.

The FDA held a public meeting yesterday kicking off their new campaign on A New Era of Smarter Food Safety. The all-day event was a referendum on the status of food safety across the industry, as well as a step towards consensus building on how to reimagine food safety at scale.

5 Ways You Can Build a Brand on Food Safety


Consumers are willing to invest in products from transparent companies that promote food safety best practices. Integrating food safety into your brand can protect your customers while building trust.

When it comes to food data, consumers have voiced their opinions loud and clear: they demand truth and transparency about the products they buy. Many brands are developing messaging to address this shift in the market, taking advantage of the premium customers will pay for insight into their food; Response Media’s 2017 study found that over half of consumers would pay anywhere from 50% to 100% more for transparent fresh and packaged food products.

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