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FoodLogiQ Unveils the Market’s First Real-Time Recall Management Solution During Upcoming Demo

See how this game-changing technology is modernizing recalls and stock withdrawals on June 15, 2017


We invite you to join our demo of Recall + Response, the first-of-its-kind recall management solution. This is the food industry’s first and only real-time, SaaS solution for recall and stock withdrawal management. This free demo will take place on Thursday, June 15, 2017 at 2:00pm EDT and registration is required.

FoodLogiQ Continues Momentum with New Hire

Julie McGill Joins as Director of Implementation and Strategic Account Management

We are excited to announce the addition of Julie McGill to the role of Director of Implementation and Strategic Account Management. As food companies face mounting demands for traceability and supply chain visibility, this newly created FoodLogiQ position will support their needs and increase their speed to value.

FoodLogiQ CEO Moderates Future Food-Tech New York Panel Featuring Chipotle and Bareburger

The Session Explores Food Safety and Traceability from the Supply Chain Perspective

Dean Wiltse, FoodLogiQ’s CEO, will lead a panel discussion at the Future Food-Tech New York conference on June 7. Joining Wiltse are FoodLogiQ customers, Arturo Tanus, Produce Safety Manager at Chipotle Mexican Grill and Eric Kinniburgh, Chief Operating Officer at Bareburger.

FoodLogiQ and Savor Safe Food Announce Partnership

New partnership offers food companies the best-in-class consulting and technology

We are happy to announce a new partnership with Savor Safe Food! This new partnership combines Savor Safe Food’s expertise consulting services with FoodLogiQ’s traceability, food safety, recall management and supply chain transparency technology to provide food companies the support to navigate today’s increasingly complex food supply chains.

SUBWAY®/IPC's Journey to Supply Chain Transparency

SUBWAY® / IPC's vision was to achieve full supply chain visibility. Armed with that level of visibility, they'd be able to make real-time, fast, and accurate decisions while giving customers exactly what they craved - transparency around the food they buy.

IPC's Quality and Supply Chain Director, Rick Buttner, came to the realization that traceability by lot code - from the manufacturer to the SUBWAY® restaurant - was the key after numerous large recalls.

By using GS1 Standards and partnering with FoodLogiQ, SUBWAY® / IPC has set about achieving their vision of supply chain transparency. We'll cover the 4-step process SUBWAY® / IPC used in today's post.

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