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Food Industry Leaders Share Recall Management Best Practices at the 2017 Food Safety Consortium


As we reflect back on 2017, food recalls continued to dominate our headlines even after the implementation of FSMA. Our industry has taken corrective actions to limit risk. We want to protect consumers as well as our brands, limiting the financial and reputational damage that a recall can inflict on a company. We, along with consumers, are also more aware and in tune with the news due to social media and the 24-hour news cycle. It may appear that there are more recalls, but I would argue, that the industry is more proactive and more accountable by submitting itself to voluntary recalls. Without a doubt, the food industry is under increased pressure.

FoodLogiQ Track + Trace Demo


Visualize Your Supply Chain from Farm-to-Fork

Join FoodLogiQ for a live demo of Track + Trace  on Thursday, November 16th, 2017 at 2:00pm EST and learn how you can actively monitor your suppliers and create data-driven reports.

The food industry’s leading traceability platform, FoodLogiQ’s Track + Trace, now includes enhancements to supplier reporting and monitoring as well as nine new reporting modules. The features were driven by FoodLogiQ customer and traceability leader SUBWAY® / IPC.

Actively Monitor Your Suppliers with FoodLogiQ's Track + Trace Enhanced Reporting


Managing the movement of product through a supply chain is a big job.  It requires data, more data, and even more data!  FoodLogiQ provides users a variety of ways to submit event records.  Submitted data is then stitched together and users can see the path that specific lots of a product took through the supply chain.  When a food safety or quality issue occurs, FoodLogiQ Connect users can quickly investigate for common lots, trace forward to identify where those lots went, and launch a withdrawal of the affected product - a priceless capability when time is of the essence.  

FoodLogiQ Traceability Solution Now Includes Active Monitoring, Enhanced Reporting

Key features driven by FoodLogiQ customer and traceability leader SUBWAY® / IPC

FoodLogiQ has released product enhancements to its food traceability technology solution. The food industry’s leading traceability platform, FoodLogiQ’s Track + Trace, now includes enhancements to supplier reporting and monitoring as well as nine new reporting modules.

Amazon Produce Network Increases Efficiency and Visibility by Streamlining Supplier Management

Sparked by the idea to provide mangoes year-round to the United States, the founders of  Amazon Produce Network launched their company in 2000. Now the largest importer and distributor of mangoes in the United States, the company provides coast-to-coast distribution with offices in New Jersey, Texas and California. Built on the business values of total transparency and being the stewards of their growers’ products, Amazon’s customers include Whole Foods Market, Del Monte, Costco, Kroger, Meijer, Safeway, and Sam’s Club.

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