Register now to attend "Unlocking the Key to Interoperability and Traceability," hosted by GS1 US on September 16 at 2 pm ET.
Earlier this year, FoodLogiQ proudly joined industry leaders in completing a traceability pilot that confirmed the vital role standards play in achieving an interoperable supply chain and improving end-to-end visibility. Led by GS1 US, the pilot involved a whole host of collaborative stakeholders across the food industry, including: Global Dialogue on Seafood Traceability (GDST), Institute of Food Technologists (IFT), Beaver Street Fisheries, Bumble Bee Seafoods, Chicken of the Sea, FoodLogiQ, IBM Food Trust, Insite Solutions/Norpac, ripe.io, SAP, Walmart and Wholechain.
FoodLogiQ is proud to join other industry leaders in the completion of a landmark traceability pilot that confirms the critical role standards play in building an interoperable supply chain and tech-enabled visibility. The pilot was conducted by GS1 US in collaboration with the Global Dialogue on Seafood Traceability (GDST), Institute of Food Technologists (IFT), Beaver Street Fisheries, Bumble Bee Seafoods, Chicken of the Sea, FoodLogiQ, IBM Food Trust, Insite Solutions/Norpac, ripe.io, SAP, Walmart and Wholechain.
Supply chain transparency is often used as a blanket term for visibility into specific times, processes, people and locations that comprise essential components of a product’s journey. Technical standards have been created and iterated to codify these details, enabling businesses to exchange information that is interoperable between entities with increasing specificity and ease.
As more businesses adopt technologies to assist in digital information sharing, such as Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), convergence around information types and formats is imperative across industries. For the food industry, GS1 Standards have become the foundation for many aspects of identifying, capturing, and sharing data. One such standard, the Global Location Number (GLN), is essential for any food business getting their digital house in order to be ready for initiatives such as the New Era of Smarter Food Safety.