Food safety, traceability and sustainability blog

Streamlining Product Withdrawal Resolution with FoodLogiQ's New Recall + Response Functionality


The food and beverage manufacturing industry is no stranger to the commonality of product removals and withdrawals. On the contrary, leading food manufacturers and distributors execute and respond to product removal and recall events on a frequent basis – often several times a day. In addition, research shows that recalls in the U.S. have risen over the past decade. According to a report released by the Public Interest Research Group (PIRG), the total number of food recalls in the U.S. increased by 10% between 2013 and 2018. Meat and poultry incidents rose by 67% during this time frame, and Class I recalls of meat and poultry increased by 83%.

FoodLogiQ’s Winter 2021 Release: Expanding Recall + Response Functionality, Role-Based Permissions, Mobile Compatibility and Integrations


One of FoodLogiQ’s core tenets and guiding principles is our commitment to our customers. This commitment is showcased in a variety of ways and is driven by the promise to deliver the highest standards of products and services, as well as to innovate and enhance our product on a consistent basis. As part of this process, FoodLogiQ takes pride in encouraging, listening to and incorporating the thoughts and ideas of our partners. Our Winter 2021 Release would not be nearly as complete or innovative without the inclusion of those thoughts and ideas. In that spirit, we’re excited to divulge the details of this most recent release.

FoodLogiQ 2020 Year-in-Review: Realizing a More Resilient Food Industry


FoodLogiQ is excited to present a few of our company's significant accomplishments of the last year, as well as key 2020 metrics that reflect achievements in strengthening the transparency and traceability of the global food supply chain during a tumultuous year for the food industry.

“2020 has been a year with no shortage of trials for the food system and for the world at large. We are proud to have been part of a historic effort to come together as an industry, and keep the food supply chain as safe and resilient as possible,” says FoodLogiQ CEO Sean O’Leary. “As a company, FoodLogiQ has broken a number of records, participated in boundary-pushing initiatives and expanded our customer base in some truly exciting ways. We know our exponential growth this year is tied to a more transparent, technology-enabled food system, and we anticipate 2021 will bring more successes as we continue to usher in a New Era of Smarter Food Safety.” 

FoodLogiQ Completes AICPA Type 2 SOC 2 Examination of Security Control and Compliance Requirements in 2020


FoodLogiQ Connect once again meets security and availability standards set by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) with zero exceptions listed.

We are excited to announce that FoodLogiQ has successfully completed a Type 2 SOC 2 Service Organization Control (SOC 2) examination of the FoodLogiQ Connect platform. The audit was conducted by Hughes, Pittman and Gupton, LLP, an independently owned and operated member firm of CPAmerica, Inc., one of the largest associations of CPA firms in the United States. After a rigorous examination, independent auditors issued an unqualified opinion, confirming that FoodLogiQ once again meets the SOC 2 standards for Security and Availability Trust Services Principles with zero exceptions listed.

Enhanced Visibility, Product Quality and Safety with FoodLogiQ’s New Internal Audits


There’s no denying that, in the world of food safety and product quality assurance, auditing is a staple. At the end of the day, a robust auditing program can make or break a brand and its affiliated reputation. This is because, by nature, audits empower organizations to institute preventive measures, continually uphold product quality and safety, and, when necessary, address issues swiftly and definitively – consistently maintaining brand promise and therefore, consumer trust.

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