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Unlocking the Value of FoodLogiQ Connect across Your Supply Chain


The decision to partner with a technology provider for supply chain management, transparency and traceability is one that requires a well-thought out process based on pre-established criteria such as business need, ROI and scalability. As a result, it’s important to assess the overall value and key advantages that the solution(s) you’re evaluating bring to the table. By nature, cloud-based solutions often offer a range of benefits that accompany and extend beyond their core functionality and product scope. As the leading cloud-based, SaaS food supply chain management, traceability and recall solution, FoodLogiQ Connect is no different in this regard. Below, find some of the additional areas in which the Connect platform provides value, as well as how to unlock and leverage these benefits across your supply chain.

The Art of Selection: Choosing the Right Quality Incident Management Solution


Let’s set the stage. You’ve identified gaps in your quality management processes, pinpointed areas for improvement within your quality organization, and recognize that a technological solution is key for elevating the success of your brand’s quality management program. Now, you’re faced with the decision of selecting the right software provider to alleviate your challenges and take your quality incident management strategy to the next level. 

The Essential Elements of Successful Food Quality Teams


Review the indispensable factors to creating a strong food quality management program that sets your quality team and overall brand up for success.

There’s no denying that food quality management is a constant and ever-evolving process. By nature, this series of practices used to ensure that products meet industry, brand and consumer standards must shift and adapt to guarantee that goods are safe and fit for consumption. This is  especially true as regulations continue to expand, new products are brought to market and consumer demands, such as those surrounding transparency and sustainability, shift. 

5 Ways You Can Build a Brand on Food Safety


Consumers are willing to invest in products from transparent companies that promote food safety best practices. Integrating food safety into your brand can protect your customers while building trust.

When it comes to food data, consumers have voiced their opinions loud and clear: they demand truth and transparency about the products they buy. Many brands are developing messaging to address this shift in the market, taking advantage of the premium customers will pay for insight into their food; Response Media’s 2017 study found that over half of consumers would pay anywhere from 50% to 100% more for transparent fresh and packaged food products.

Food Safety at the Farmers Market


Many food businesses begin at local farmers markets. They are a fantastic way to get the word out about your new product and to get valuable feedback directly from consumers. Fresh produce, small-batch jams, and locally-made baked goods straight from the producer make these markets a popular destination for thousands of people. Farmers markets are ideal for creating relationships between businesses and local customers. Whether you are at the market with a new product or one that has repeat customers, selling local doesn’t mean food safety should be ignored.

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