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FoodLogiQ Executive Team Expands to Keep Pace with Company Growth


Tony Barbone joins as Chief Revenue Officer; Julie McGill moves into new role as Vice President, Supply Chain Strategy and Insights

FoodLogiQ is excited to welcome two talented new members to our executive leadership team! We're thrilled to announce the addition of Tony Barbone as our Chief Revenue Officer, and the promotion of Julie McGill to Vice President of Supply Chain Strategy and Insights. With these additions, the company will be able to keep pace with our rapid growth as we scale to support more companies transforming their supply chain.

A Year Later: What We Learned About the 2018 Romaine Lettuce Recall


After retailers pulled romaine lettuce off shelves in the Fall of 2018, consumers were left wondering if leafy greens were safe to eat.

Nothing alarms consumers at the grocery store more than seeing row after row of empty shelves where produce used to be. This was the scene during the nation’s largest recall of romaine lettuce one year ago. Although consumers were repeatedly reassured by the FDA earlier this year that all the affected produce was removed from retail locations, some consumers still have underlying concerns about whether the lettuce is really safe to eat.

Top 5 Workflows for Effective Supplier Management


At FoodLogiQ, our customers utilize workflows within the platform to achieve a wide range of things, from guiding a new supplier through their onboarding process to assessing suppliers on their readiness to adopt traceability standards.  Join our live demo of FoodLogiQ Connect on Thursday, September 19th at 2 PM ET, and learn more about the top 5 workflows our customers use to streamline their supplier management. 

Tips for Improving Quality Incident Management Throughout the Food Supply Chain


When it comes to managing quality incidents, following these best practices can help ensure the best outcomes.

There are many moving parts in a food manufacturing facility. From receiving raw materials to palletizing finished product for distribution, critical control points will help reduce food quality incidents. Without proper incident management, a quality incident can escalate to a crisis.

Conducting Product Specification Audits with FoodLogiQ Connect


Join our live demo of FoodLogiQ Connect's Manage + Monitor on Tuesday, August 20th at 2 PM ET and learn how you can ensure your suppliers' products adhere to your brand's specifications. 

Managing food quality audits has become increasingly complex with increased regulation in the food industry. Consumers are hyper-vigilant about the quality of the food they eat, and the transparency of the food companies that produce it for them. Without an effective food quality audit program, poor quality can destroy your brand loyalty and send customers to competitors.

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