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Food Label Claims: Tips for Delivering on Your Brand Promise


What message does your brand convey to consumers on your packaging? Consumer trends have pushed for clean labels and transparency. Food and beverage brands are highly regulated regarding what types of label claims can be made and what information must be included on packaging. Differentiating packaging to stand out amongst the thousands of products on retailers’ shelves can help brands stand out. But are the food label claims delivering on the brand promise?

Standardizing the Communication Process for Food Recalls and Withdrawals


The complexity of today’s food supply chain has made communication during food recalls more challenging to brands. As the chain of ingredient suppliers expands globally, food recall communications become essential in order to respond in a timely matter. When a recall or withdrawal is executed, it is vital to accurately verify information with suppliers, retailers, and consumers.

FoodLogiQ Continues Growth Trajectory with New Hire for Executive Team


Maria Burch Joins as Vice President of Customer Success

FoodLogiQ, the leading SaaS provider of food safety compliance, whole chain traceability, and supply chain transparency solutions, is pleased to announce the addition of Maria Burch to the company’s executive team as Vice President of Customer Success. Burch’s primary focus will be to ensure the CS team partners with each FoodLogiQ customer in a way that will deliver a seamless onboarding experience, offering best practices and supporting their long-term success and outcomes.

New FSMA Compliance Dates Roll Out July 2019 - Are You Prepared?


The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) is arguably the most important law in the food industry today, and will probably remain so until 2024 when the final set of regulations take full effect. In the coming years, however, different aspects of the rule will continue to roll out for food businesses of all sizes.

In July 2019, two sets of rules will roll out for two groups of businesses: the  Intentional Adulteration (IA) rule for large establishments and the foreign supplier verification program rule (FSVP) for importers whose international suppliers are small and very small businesses. If your business is subject to any of these rules, you need to be on the right side of the law as the compliance dates approach.

CAVA Automates Supply Chain Management with FoodLogiQ Connect


CAVA isn’t just a restaurant concept; it’s a culture.  The organization and its founders have a heart for philanthropy and investment in community education and opportunity.  CAVA believes that food is a force for good.

What began in 2011 as a single fast-casual restaurant has morphed into the leading Mediterranean brand, with over 80 restaurants and growing.  But it wasn’t easy. In CAVA’s early days, the organization managed its supply chain using manual processes, a task that became more and more difficult as the company grew at a fast pace.

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