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IPC/Subway® Talks Traceability and Blockchain at Upcoming Food Industry Events

Lucelena Angarita, Director of Supply Chain Traceability at IPC/Subway®, will present at upcoming National Restaurant Association (NRA) events on the value of traceability and how it can mitigate risks, both for the consumer and for the business brand.

True farm-to-fork traceability has many benefits for stakeholders throughout the food supply chain, from the grower, to the distribution center, the retailer, restaurant, and ultimately, the consumer.  It’s also a key component of blockchain, an emerging technology that has gained worldwide interest because of its potential to solve a variety of business problems.  A by-product of the discussion around blockchain is the awareness of the need for companies to automate their recordkeeping and traceability systems and to eliminate the manual, often paper-based processes that slow down traceability.

FoodLogiQ Strengthens Reputation as Blockchain Pioneer

“Blockchain is new territory for many organizations, and they want solid guidance and best practices on how to navigate this fast-growing technology,” says Jamie Duke, FoodLogiQ CEO.  “We’re here to give it to them.”

FoodLogiQ, the leading SaaS provider of traceability, food safety and supply chain transparency solutions, today announced it will present at Blockchain East Summit + Trade Show in New York City on October 10, 2018, alongside multinational, protein-focused food company Tyson Foods and biotechnology authority AgBiome Innovations.  Together, the companies will serve on a panel discussion addressing the topic of blockchain and how it is being used in the food and beverage supply chain.

Exploring Blockchain Solutions within the Food Supply Chain


Join FoodLogiQ for a live demo on Thursday, July 26th, 2018 at 2:00pm ET and learn how Blockchain has the potential to revolutionize business and redefine companies and economies within the food supply chain. 

Although Blockchain is still in its infantile stage, there's been no shortage of media coverage on this new technology. Read any current business blog or publication, and you'll probably find multiple articles on the subject of blockchain.

FoodLogiQ Continues Thought Leadership on the Topic Taking the Business World by Storm: Blockchain

Read any current business blog or publication, and you’ll probably find multiple articles on the subject of blockchain.  The topic has become the center of attention throughout the world of business and industry, continuing to stir up questions and conversation about its relevance and impact on our economy. Touted as revolutionary for everything from banking to health to food, blockchain makes a whole host of promises; however, the jury is still out on whether this ‘Superman’ of technology can really save the world.

FoodLogiQ Recognized for Second Consecutive Year by Forbes Magazine for Innovation

We are excited to share that Forbes Magazine has included FoodLogiQ on The 25 Most Innovative Ag-Tech Startups list for the second consecutive year!

Forbes Magazine stated, “Forbes has taken to the fields and phones to come up with the top 25 most innovative startups in the ag-tech space. Just as we did last year, we surveyed the agricultural technology landscape by speaking with experts, venture capitalists and accelerators; then we examined financials and each company’s agricultural credentials. This year’s list features 12 alumni and 13 newcomers.

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