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The Cost is High When it Comes to Foodborne Illness


When comparing the cost of a foodborne illness against the expense of a food safety program, the decision is a no-brainer.  Food safety wins every time.

On May 31, FoodLogiQ’s CEO Dean Wiltse shared his thoughts on the importance of supply chain management and food traceability in the wake of the E. coli outbreak linked to contaminated romaine lettuceThe fallout from the foodborne illness has been significant, with 197 people in 35 states becoming infected.  Of those, 89 have been hospitalized - 26 of whom have had kidney failure - and five people have died.   

Address Produce Challenges Throughout Your Supply Chain


Join us for a live demo of FoodLogiQ Connect on Thursday, May 24th, 2018 at 2:00pm ET and learn how you can achieve global supply chain visibility, streamline supplier management and track and report on quality issues. FoodLogiQ Connect was built for the food industry, specifically geared towards the unique needs of the food supply chain - whether you're an enterprise or small business.

Supply Chain Modernization Among Major Themes at 2018 TPA Supply Chain Conference

FoodLogiQ and Clarkston Consulting customers to share expertise during roundtable discussions

FoodLogiQ, the leading SaaS provider of food safety compliance, whole chain traceability, and supply chain visibility solutions, will be among more than 500 retailers, manufacturers, and technology solution providers convening in Orlando at the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress on April 15 - 17 for the 2018 TPA Supply Chain Conference.  Contributing to the industry-driven sessions, FoodLogiQ customers IPC (the purchasing cooperative for SUBWAY®) and Seal the Seasons, along with Clarkston Consulting customer Tiesta Tea, will lead the April 16 roundtable discussions on the importance of supply chain efficiency.

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.

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