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FoodLogiQ and Testo Partner to Revolutionize Global Food Supply Chain

New partnership pairs HACCP and temperature monitoring capabilities with industry-leading food safety, traceability and transparency SaaS platform

FoodLogiQ, LLC, and Testo, Inc today announced a partnership to pair the global leader of portable HACCP and IoT capabilities with the food industry’s leading supplier management, traceability and recall management SaaS platform, raising the bar for food safety and quality around the world. The partnership paves the way for an integration between Testo’s Saveris Quality Management capabilities and the FoodLogiQ Connect platform.

Supplier Management Software is Key to Business Success for Seal the Seasons


Frozen produce company Seal the Seasons is filling a unique niche in the food industry. Freezing up to 17,000 pounds of local produce every hour, the fast-growing food manufacturer went from supplying their product in 10 stores to almost 2,000 in just under two years.  During a webinar with FoodLogiQ this month, Seal the Seasons Vice President of Supply Chain and Market Research Bryan Cohn shared the story of their growth and how supplier management software provided much-needed support.

Get Blockchain Ready with FoodLogiQ


Join FoodLogiQ for a live demo on Thursday, February 22nd, 2018 at 2:00pm EST  and learn what blockchain is, what it isn't and what it will take for blockchain to be successful in the food supply chain.

The food industry has been energized by recent announcements to test the use of blockchain technology to increase supply chain traceability and transparency.

FoodLogiQ Idea Portal - Year in Review


At FoodLogiQ we believe that product roadmaps should be aligned with the needs of our users, and there’s no better way to get that input than directly hearing what features users would like implemented.

In March 2017 we launched the FoodLogiQ Idea Portal with the goal to give our customers a direct method to propose feature enhancements and stay connected to the development process. This included visibility as features are being developed, tested, and deployed.


Building Supply Chain Efficiencies within a Fast-Growing Business


What drives a company to pursue supply chain efficiency? There are many motivating factors, including time and money savings; FSMA requirements and the company’s need for compliance and farm-to-fork traceability; and concerns about potential consumer health risks following a product recall and the subsequent harm to the seller’s brand.

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Food Safety Professional's Recall Checklist

Supply Chain Traceability Software: Selling to the C-Suite

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