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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.

FoodLogiQ CEO Discusses Supply Chain Risk During Food Logistics Webinar

As the food supply chain becomes longer and more complex, the risk to food companies is amplifying. From food safety to regulatory compliance to the negative consequences of a recall to a brand and its reputation, the need for a comprehensive risk mitigation program is crucial.

Please join our CEO, Dean Wiltse and Lara Sowinski, Editorial Director of Food Logistics, on Tuesday, December 12 at 1:00pm EST who will discuss food supply chain risk, what it looks like, where it resides, and how to formulate a risk mitigation plan. Register here.

FoodLogiQ Recall + Response Demo


It's Time for a Better Way to Handle Recalls

Join FoodLogiQ for a live demo of Recall + Response  on Thursday, December 7th, 2017 at 2:00pm EST and learn how you can initiate a recall or stock withdrawal across all your locations simultaneously from FoodLogiQ Connect, using email, phone and text.

Recall + Response was created specifically to address food recall needs. Step away from error-prone spreadsheets and frantic phone calls with a templated, customized process - one that's automated with the push of a button.

Food Industry Leaders Share Recall Management Best Practices at the 2017 Food Safety Consortium


As we reflect back on 2017, food recalls continued to dominate our headlines even after the implementation of FSMA. Our industry has taken corrective actions to limit risk. We want to protect consumers as well as our brands, limiting the financial and reputational damage that a recall can inflict on a company. We, along with consumers, are also more aware and in tune with the news due to social media and the 24-hour news cycle. It may appear that there are more recalls, but I would argue, that the industry is more proactive and more accountable by submitting itself to voluntary recalls. Without a doubt, the food industry is under increased pressure.

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