Food safety, traceability and sustainability blog

The "Taste of Tomorrow" is Sustainability at the Winter Fancy Food Show


FoodLogiQ’s Mid-Market Account Executive James Altmann shares insights from the 2020 Winter Fancy Food Show and talks food safety and traceability with the Specialty Food Association.

The Top 10 Reasons to Attend reCONNECT 2020


You can bet that 2020 is poised to be a transformative year for food traceability, technology and safety. If you haven’t already, it’s time to join the conversation around transparency in the supply chain and ensure your company is implementing best practices with a first-in-class system like FoodLogiQ Connect

Look no further than reCONNECT 2020, FoodLogiQ’s third annual User Group Meeting in Raleigh, North Carolina! We’ve built an incredible program with speakers from companies like IPC/Subway, Whole Foods Market, Tyson Foods, sweetgreen, Compass Group, Avery Dennison and more, and we’re taking full advantage of the best the Research Triangle has to offer. Join us March 24 - March 26, 2020 in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Food Safety Matters: Partnering on Food Traceability and Transparency


Listen to FoodLogiQ’s Katy Jones and Avery Dennison’s Jeanne Duckett in conversation with Food Safety Magazine about the FDA’s latest food safety initiative, as well as building visibility into the food supply chain by implementing new technologies.

Enjoy the full Food Safety Matters Episode: Partnering on Food Traceability and Transparency.

Food Safety Matters is a podcast hosted by the Food Safety Magazine editorial team featuring conversations with food safety professionals about their experiences safeguarding the world’s food supply.

Understanding the GS1-128 Barcode


The first barcode was scanned at a grocery store in Troy, Ohio in 1974. In an instant, the unassuming pack of Wrigley’s Juicy Fruit gum associated with the barcode instigated a new era of data-driven food retail. The group behind administering the standard encoded in the U.P.C. label? An entity called the Uniform Code Council (UCC), which has evolved into a non-profit dedicated to maintaining such standards world-wide. That organization is now known as GS1.

FoodLogiQ Completes AICPA Type 2 SOC 2 Examination of Security Control and Compliance Requirements


FoodLogiQ Connect meets security and availability standards set by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) with zero exceptions listed.

We are excited to announce that FoodLogiQ has successfully completed a Type 2 SOC 2 Service Organization Control (SOC 2) examination of the FoodLogiQ Connect platform. The audit was conducted by Hughes, Pittman and Gupton, LLP, an independently owned and operated member firm of CPAmerica, Inc., one of the largest associations of CPA firms in the United States.  After a rigorous examination, our auditors issued an unqualified opinion, confirming that FoodLogiQ meets the SOC 2 standards for Security and Availability Trust Services Principles with zero exceptions listed.