According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in six people gets sick from foodborne diseases each year. In 2011, the FDA enacted the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) to respond to changes in the global food system and a more comprehensive understanding of foodborne illness and its consequences – including the importance of and responsibility for preventing it.
FoodLogiQ joined over 400 food safety professionals and practitioners earlier this week at this year’s virtual SQF Unites conference. Spanning October 26th through the 28th, SQF Unites recently pivoted to a virtual event format, which allowed professionals across the industry to participate in an engaging, creative and informative event. Attendees ranged from food manufacturers, producers and growers, to SQF and substitute practitioners, auditors, trainers, and consultants. Additionally, professionals across the food retail and wholesale space, as well as solution providers, participated in the event.
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.
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.