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FoodLogiQ Refines Auditing User Experience, Introduces Core Platform Enhancements in Fall ‘21 Release


Throughout the course of 2021, FoodLogiQ has delivered an extensive variety of new functionality, innovative features, product improvements and platform enhancements. From extended role-based permissions, traceability event normalization and the ability to initiate a withdrawal via CSV import, to Connect Data Links and dynamic SSO functionality, FoodLogiQ has delivered key improvements and comprehensive expansion across the Connect platform. This year’s Fall Release continues that trend, focusing significantly on enhancements across Audits and Assessments functionality, in addition to the user experience. This release also brings with it several advancements to the core Connect platform, and reflects continued investment in traceability data visibility and open API access. Read on to learn more about the key components that comprise FoodLogiQ’s Fall 2021 Release.

Countdown to Compliance: Preparing for the Proposed FSMA 204 Rule's Finalization


It’s been over a year since the FDA announced the proposal of a Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) rule dedicated to the advancement of food traceability as part of the New Era of Smarter Food Safety initiative. Since the announcement in September 2020, stakeholders throughout the industry have placed significant emphasis on discussing how to lay the groundwork for end-to-end traceability, what next steps should be taken to prepare for the proposed rule, and how to ensure interoperability among varying systems.

Preparing for the Proposed FSMA 204 Rule at IFMA Presidents Conference


Later this week, the International Foodservice Manufacturing Association (IFMA) will host their in-person Presidents Conference alongside the National Restaurant Association (NRA) and the International Foodservice Distributors Association (IFDA). FoodLogiQ looks forward to attending, participating and speaking in this year’s event, spanning November 7 through 9 in Scottsdale, Arizona. The presential event is coupled with IFMA’s Virtual Presidents Conference, held November 16 to 18 for those who can’t attend the in-person Scottsdale sessions.

Top Lessons Learned at SQF Unites 2021


FoodLogiQ joined over 400 food safety professionals and practitioners earlier this week at this year’s virtual SQF Unites conference. Spanning October 26th through the 28th, SQF Unites recently pivoted to a virtual event format, which allowed professionals across the industry to participate in an engaging, creative and informative event. Attendees ranged from food manufacturers, producers and growers, to SQF and substitute practitioners, auditors, trainers, and consultants. Additionally, professionals across the food retail and wholesale space, as well as solution providers, participated in the event.

FoodLogiQ Talks Traceability at the Global Supply Chain Excellence Summit


Earlier this week, FoodLogiQ joined supply chain leaders and representatives from top universities in sharing supply chain insights, industry updates and innovative ideas at the ninth annual Global Supply Chain Excellence Summit. The event, spanning October 19-20, was held at the University of Southern California Randall R. Kendrick Global Supply Chain Institute, and centered on the theme “Reimagine. Reinvent. Resilient. The New Realities of Supply Chain Post Covid-19.” 

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