Food safety, traceability and sustainability blog

Tech-Enabled Transparency Can Lower Insurance Premiums

Investing in a food safety software not only helps protect the consumer and food product and quality, but it also helps demonstrate a commitment to risk reduction that insurance agencies look for when offering lower premiums.

Understanding FSVP and What It Means for Your Business

The Foreign Supplier Verification Program (FSVP) is an important step forward by the FDA. Its regulations require foreign food suppliers to verify that their products meet the same safety standards as those produced domestically. Even food distributed by US suppliers must undergo the same FDA preventative controls if imported from abroad.

Building and Maintaining Your Supplier Diversity Program

Supplier diversity has continued to be one of the many competing priorities for supply chain, procurement, and business leaders in 2022. Some of the largest and most successful brands and businesses have announced commitments to supplier diversity through increased spending on diverse suppliers, diversity requirements for suppliers, or new benchmarks to create accountability toward supplier diversity.

Customize CAPA Workflows to Monitor Food Safety

A critical component of any food company’s quality management is a decisive corrective and preventive action (CAPA) system to ensure product safety. The FDA defines corrective and preventative action as “One of the most important quality system elements."

reCONNECT 2022 | The Value of a Supplier Network for SIMPLi

FoodLogiQ's Virtual reCONNECT 2022 focuses on the Modernization of the Food Chain. Attendees will learn about Navigating Regulatory Changes, Utilizing the Right Technology for their company, and Digitizing the Supply Chain. Our popular user group meeting comes with on-demand presentations, topical roundtable sessions, and other engagements to connect the industry further.

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