Food safety, traceability and sustainability blog

FoodLogiQ’s Winter 2023 Release: Customization for Success, Updates to Supply Chain Efficiency, and Easier Accuracy Warnings

FoodLogiQ's Winter 2023 Release increases the platform's personalization and improves trend analysis, allowing customers to enhance their experience and productivity.

5 Tips to Better Manage Food Allergens in Your Supply Chain

In the United States, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has identified 9 foods that qualify as major allergensand created legislations to determine how they should be declared on labels for consumer awareness. Two laws – the Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act (FALCPA) of 2004 and the Food Allergy Safety, Treatment, Education and Research (FASTER) Act of 2021 – established the nine allergens that food manufacturers must declare: milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, soybeans, and sesame (which was the most recent addition as of January 1, 2023).

FSMA 204: Expert Insights and Lessons Learned on Traceability

Join FoodLogiQ, along with industry leaders, Beaver Street Fisheries and Chick-fil-A, for an on-demand webinar discussing FSMA 204’s enhanced traceability recordkeeping requirements and learn how your business can adopt best practices for compliance. Register now to access our on-demand event, recorded on February 22, 2023.

ESHA Research and FoodLogiQ Merge to Form Trustwell

DURHAM, NC - February 15, 2023 -- Following the merger of ESHA Research and FoodLogiQ in October 2022, the organization today announced they will rebrand under the new name, Trustwell. The combined business creates the food industry’s only software platform connecting product development and regulatory compliant labeling into supplier compliance, enhanced traceability and automated recall management.  

What to Expect from an FDA Audit in the Era of FSMA 204

Food safety and quality remain of utmost importance to the food industry. From prioritizing traceability and visibility within your supply chain, to having a proper food recall plan in place, to staying up to date with the latest regulations for compliance, it is imperative for food companies to take a proactive approach to create a safer global food supply chain for all.

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