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Tech Enabled Traceability in the Food Safety Supply Chain

FoodLogiQ’s VP of Supply Chain Strategy and Insights Julie McGill will be discussing how technology is advancing supply chain transparency with AIM North America on February 26th, 2020 at 12 pm ET.

In response to FDA’s New Era of Smarter Food Safety, the AIM North America Food Policy Working Group has launched a webinar series to facilitate dialogue around a more intelligent food supply chain. FoodLogiQ’s Julie McGill will be joining AIM North America as part of this series for a discussion on tech-enabled traceability in the food industry.

Julie will unpack the difference between technology and processes when it comes to developing food safety solutions. There are many process enablers, such as RFID and GS1-128 barcodes, that will not solve for traceability by themselves. However, these can be powerful tools when incorporated into broader operational processes and systems to enable end-to-end traceability across supply chains. One thing is for sure: with a solid foundation of standards in place, companies can develop ways to achieve traceability and interoperability through tracing systems.

Julie McGill will take webinar attendees through the key components of the New Era of Smarter Food Safety “Food For Thought," helping listeners understand how to begin to develop the foundational components needed to make whole chain traceability standards operational within a food business.

Learn how implementing new processes with the support of food traceability software can prepare your brand for a more modern global food supply chain. Register for the webinar here.

Posted by Anna Ploegh on Feb 24, 2020 5:12:41 PM

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