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Live Demo: Take Control of Your Supply Chain with FoodLogiQ Connect


Join FoodLogiQ for a live demo on Tuesday, July 30th, 2019 at 2:00 pm ET. Learn how you can build a community of your supply chain partners, capture and monitor quality incidents, achieve end-to-end traceability and respond to food recalls with speed and accuracy all on the FoodLogiQ Connect platform

Standardizing the Communication Process for Food Recalls and Withdrawals


The complexity of today’s food supply chain has made communication during food recalls more challenging to brands. As the chain of ingredient suppliers expands globally, food recall communications become essential in order to respond in a timely matter. When a recall or withdrawal is executed, it is vital to accurately verify information with suppliers, retailers, and consumers.

Food Safety in Schools and Hospitals


Schools and hospitals are two of the most valuable institutions in any country, and the health and wellness of the people they serve is critically important. Children, especially those under the age of five, are more susceptible to foodborne illnesses due to their immature immune system, while hospital patients are also at a higher risk of contracting foodborne diseases because of their lowered immune systems. Therefore, maintaining the highest possible standards of food safety in schools and hospital cafeterias is a priority.

Whole Foods Shares Key Success Factors in Recall Management


Join our webinar on Tuesday, April 16th at 2:00 pm ET when FoodLogiQ will talk with Bryna Wortham, Team Leader of Business Process Improvement within the Food Safety and Global Quality Assurance Teams, and Victoria Goss, Team Leader & Project Manager of the Food Safety Process Improvement Team, at Whole Foods Market, about key success factors in implementing and rolling out a recall management system.

Minimizing Damage from FoodBorne Disease Outbreaks


Suppose you are alerted to the news of a foodborne disease outbreak, and as you scan through the details, you get even more shocking news: the outbreak has been linked to one of your products! This is arguably a manufacturer’s worst nightmare. According to a study from researchers at John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, a single foodborne disease outbreak at a fast-casual establishment could cost between $6,330 to $2.1 million in lost revenue, fines and lawsuits. And this is only on the financial side.

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