Food safety, traceability and sustainability blog

Response Time is Key When it Comes to Mitigating Risks Along the Supply Chain


You’ve seen the headlines: “Unknown Source Causes Multistate Foodborne Illness Outbreak.” The troubling part from a food safety perspective is the word unknown. The E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce was first announced by the Center for Disease Control in March. Two months later we have yet to determine the source of the contaminated food. This exemplifies the complexity of the food supply chain. Navigating suppliers, COAs, and emails during a food safety scare impacts the QA team’s ability to respond quickly. Response time is key when it comes to mitigating risks along the supply chain.

Respond to Food Withdrawals and Recalls with Speed and Accuracy

FoodLogiQ Recall + Response Demo

Join FoodLogiQ for a live demo of Recall + Response  on Thursday, April 19th, 2018 at 2:00pm ET and learn how you can define and create withdrawal templates, communicate recalls and stock withdrawals across your supply chain and build in automatic escalation if no action is taken.

Take Control of Your Supply Chain with FoodLogiQ Connect


Join FoodLogiQ for a live demo on Thursday, March 22nd, 2018 at 2:00pm 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.

Supplier Management Software is Key to Business Success for Seal the Seasons


Frozen produce company Seal the Seasons is filling a unique niche in the food industry. Freezing up to 17,000 pounds of local produce every hour, the fast-growing food manufacturer went from supplying their product in 10 stores to almost 2,000 in just under two years.  During a webinar with FoodLogiQ this month, Seal the Seasons Vice President of Supply Chain and Market Research Bryan Cohn shared the story of their growth and how supplier management software provided much-needed support.

Building Supply Chain Efficiencies within a Fast-Growing Business


What drives a company to pursue supply chain efficiency? There are many motivating factors, including time and money savings; FSMA requirements and the company’s need for compliance and farm-to-fork traceability; and concerns about potential consumer health risks following a product recall and the subsequent harm to the seller’s brand.

Recall Readiness E-book

Food Safety & Traceability Software Buyer's Guide

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The Fact, Fiction and Future of Blockchain with FoodLogiQ

Traceability Consumer Survey

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