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FoodLogiQ Joins with Partners and Customers to Present at 2018 Food Safety Supply Chain Conference


Do you trust your suppliers? Are they FSMA compliant and certified to GFSI schemes?  How are you keeping track of them? In a perfect world, all food companies would know the answers to these questions; however, for many, supply chain management is the weakest link in their food safety program.       

The State of Food Traceability


As we reflect back on the last ten years, we have made significant growth in food traceability. There have been huge advancements in technology and traceability standards, as well as regulations driven by the Food Safety Modernization Act.

The Risks of Waiting to Be FSMA & FSVP Compliant


The Food Safety Modernization Act now requires greater transparency from the entire supply chain and fundamentally changes the way food is regulated in the U.S. and abroad, from farm-to-fork. Additionally, the Food Supplier Verification Program (FSVP) shifts certain food safety responsibilities from the government to food companies. Now that companies shoulder much of the burden, proactive measures are essential.

National Cortina Sails Through FDA Inspection by Streamlining Supplier Compliance

National Cortina is a growing food importer and the go-to source for high quality food ingredients for over 50 years. Headquartered outside of New York City in New Jersey, they provide both imported and domestic ingredients to industrial, private label, and foodservice customers. After the rolling out and implementation of the FDA’s most sweeping reform to the food safety supply chain, known as the Food Safety and Modernization Act or FSMA for short, National Cortina was succumbed to abide by a new set of regulations that was set forth by FSMA.

Everything You Need to Know About Food Adulteration and FSMA

Food adulteration is a serious threat to consumers, and its impact ranges from relatively harmless to fatal, depending on the severity of the infraction and who ends up consuming the adulterated food. But what exactly is food adulteration, and what is FSMA doing to help prevent it?

Defining Food Adulteration

Food adulteration is a broad category of mishandled or misrepresented foods, so it helps to understand it by breaking it down into four main categories.

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