Food safety, traceability and sustainability blog

Spring 2023 Release: Editing Shared Items, Supplier UX, and FSMA 204 Enhancements

FoodLogiQ’s Spring 2023 Release aligns closely to current regulatory changes, offers an enhanced user experience, and includes new product names.

Food Sustainability Efforts in 2023: Menu Labels, Date Labeling, and Traceability Systems

The sustainability movement in the food industry is accelerating. Customers are making more informed, climate-conscious decisions, and food companies are finding it essential to adjust their impact, too. The added pressure of global government regulations pushing for greener business practices are also pushing the needle forward. After all, according to the United Nations, nearly a third of greenhouse gas emissions are a result of our global food system.

New Supplier Onboarding Checklist: 6 Steps to Streamline the Process

At the heart of any healthy food organization is strong supplier management, enabling businesses to meet production schedules, ensure regulatory compliance, and establish better supply chain resiliency in the midst of disruption. As a food manufacturer, you may already have a set of trustworthy suppliers that you rely on for all of your products. However, as the COVID-19 pandemic demonstrated, situations can change very quickly – whether it be due to a raw material shortage, economic volatility, or a new allergen regulation – and as such, you need to be prepared to bring on new suppliers quickly and efficiently.

Transparency Talk with Trustwell: Listen Now to Our New Podcast

Trustwell is excited to announce its latest endeavor, Transparency Talk, a bite-sized podcast discussing the latest trends and technology in the food and supplement industries. Each episode will feature a special guest who will discuss their expertise, offering valuable insights and delicious inspiration.

Agile Food Supply Chains: What it is, Why it Matters, & Where to Start

In today's fast-paced and ever-changing world, businesses must be able to adapt to changes quickly to remain competitive. This is especially true in the food and beverage industry, where consumers' tastes and preferences can shift rapidly, supply chain disruptions can quickly lead to wasted products and lost profits, and evolving regulatory requirements constantly shift the goal posts for compliance.

Content not found

Recall Readiness E-book

Food Safety & Traceability Software Buyer's Guide

New Call-to-action

Traceability Consumer Survey

New Call-to-action