Food safety, traceability and sustainability blog

FoodLogiQ Disrupts the Food Industry with Market’s First Real-Time Recall Management Solution

Recall + Response to launch this week at National Restaurant Association Show

We are proud to announce the launch of a first-of-its-kind solution, Recall + Response, the industry’s first real-time, SaaS solution for recall and stock withdrawal management.

Serving as a centralized technology platform for executing stock withdrawals, recalls and mock recalls, Recall + Response empowers food companies both large and small to execute faster, more targeted recall management across their supply chain.

FoodLogiQ Survey Finds Consumers Have Exceptionally High Expectations for Food Transparency

Connect with FoodLogiQ at Food Safety Summit to discover how to earn a customer’s trust, loyalty and purchasing power through supply chain visibility and transparency

FoodLogiQ polled over 2,000 U.S. consumers to gauge their sentiment around food traceability and expectations for food companies regarding recalls and foodborne illness. Additionally, the survey posed questions around consumer preference for the identification of food sources with regard to labeling and menus. The complete survey and its findings have been published in A Food Company’s Guide to What Consumers Care About in the Age of Transparency, now available as a free download.

Top 5 Blog Posts of 2016

As 2016 comes to a close, here's a look back at FoodLogiQ's top 5, most viewed blog posts from this year.  

Whether it was a look at how the definiton of food safety is evolving or a profile on the top brands who are winning at transparency, here they are in case you missed them...  

Why Consumers Will Pay More for Complete Transparency

For today's consumer, giving them just the product information required by law on a label is no longer enough.

In the report "Driving Long-Term Trust and Loyalty Through Transparency," Label Insight surveyed more than 2,000 consumers around transparency and whether it affects their trust or loyalty toward a food brand.

In this post, we'll look at why providing transparency to a consumer is the clear choice, especially when a consumer will look elsewhere if you don't provide it. Without transparency, you're ceding control of your brand promise to a 3rd party.

How Transparent Are Restaurants on Food Safety?

When it comes to food safety, how transparent are public restaurant companies? Consumers are already strident in their calls for better food safety and more transparency around ingredients, and now investors are starting to take company boards to task around their food safety efforts.

In the report "Food Safety: In a State of Transformation," Cornerstone Capital Group (CCP) examined a sample of 14 publicly traded restaurant companies to better detail just what is being disclosed about food safety efforts to investors and consumers alike.

In this post, we'll dive into the drivers behind the questions being asked by investors and consumers, including increased consumer awareness and new food safety regulations.

Recall Readiness E-book

Food Safety & Traceability Software Buyer's Guide

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Traceability Consumer Survey

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