Seal the Seasons Selects FoodLogiQ for Traceability and Food Safety Initiatives
CPG company leverages supply chain technology as part of their high growth strategy
We are excited to announce that Seal the Seasons has chosen the FoodLogiQ suite of solutions for supplier management, food safety compliance and supply chain visibility!
Seal the Seasons provides consumers high-quality locally grown produce year round by partnering with local farms to freeze, market and distribute the best quality fruits and vegetables which is then sold at grocery stores. Seal the Seasons is the only national local model in the country. It sells Florida produce in Florida, New Jersey produce in New Jersey and North Carolina produce in North Carolina. Seal the Seasons is experiencing high growth and required a technology platform that could scale to streamline their supplier communications, document management along with providing the enhanced traceability within their supply chain.
“We needed a robust supply chain technology platform, like FoodLogiQ, that will support our rapidly growing business needs,” said Patrick Mateer, CEO of Seal the Seasons. “FoodLogiQ will provide us the supply chain visibility, enhanced traceability and will help streamline supplier engagement to create the time savings that we desire as an expanding business.”
“Forward-thinking CPG companies like Seal the Seasons are coming to us because we can not only solve their immediate business issues but meet their needs as they expand.” said Dean Wiltse, CEO of FoodLogiQ. “Our suite of solutions help at every step, no matter what size or type of company, and we look forward to working with them as a strategic partner to enable them to prosper.”
About Seal the Seasons
Seal the Seasons partners with local family-farms to freeze the best produce in season and brings it to grocery stores every season of the year. It is the only national local model in the country: In North Carolina, it sells North Carolina produce; in Florida, Florida produce; and in Georgia, Georgia produce. As a Certified B Corporation, it is committed to using business as a force for good in the world. It’s mission is to build local supply chains to change the food system: Seal the Seasons supports farms and food security across the country. The company started production in North Carolina during 2015 and expanded from 3 to over 1000 stores in 2 years. It’s customers include Harris Teeter, Whole Foods, Ingles and Sprouts.