Food safety, traceability and sustainability blog

The Cost is High When it Comes to Foodborne Illness


When comparing the cost of a foodborne illness against the expense of a food safety program, the decision is a no-brainer.  Food safety wins every time.

On May 31, FoodLogiQ’s CEO Dean Wiltse shared his thoughts on the importance of supply chain management and food traceability in the wake of the E. coli outbreak linked to contaminated romaine lettuceThe fallout from the foodborne illness has been significant, with 197 people in 35 states becoming infected.  Of those, 89 have been hospitalized - 26 of whom have had kidney failure - and five people have died.   

How Buffalo Wild Wings Uses Technology to Improve Supply Chain Quality


Join us on Wednesday, May 30, when FoodLogiQ will sponsor a live Fast Casual webinar entitled, “How Buffalo Wild Wings Uses Technology to Improve Supply Chain Quality.Our featured guest, Buffalo Wild Wings Supplier Quality Manager Emily Grisbeck, will share how this rapidly growing fast casual chain is taking a proactive approach to managing quality and achieving supply chain visibility by using FoodLogiQ Connect’s Manage + Monitor solution for supplier and quality issue management.

Supply Chain Visibility a Key Challenge Throughout Food Industry


Rapidly-growing fast casual chain Buffalo Wild Wings to share tips and best practices on proactively managing quality across the supply chain through technology

When food industry leaders gathered for reCONNECT 2018, our inaugural FoodLogiQ user group meeting, we asked them a series of questions about the challenges and opportunities that are directly affecting their businesses in 2018.  The feedback we received was enlightening.

Bareburger Delivers on Transparency Brand Promise by Digitizing the Supply Chain

Consumers are demanding more transparency from food companies. They are seeking out  brands that are sourcing foods from local, organic farms that have dropped GMOs and those that avoid preservatives and chemicals. They are gravitating to companies like Bareburger who are including this transparency information in their marketing through labeling and advertising. Through greater traceability and sharing this information, food companies can strengthen their brands and earn customer trust, loyalty and more purchasing power.

To meet customers’ demands for local and organic ingredients, Bareburger looked to FoodLogiQ to help streamline supplier management, create supply chain visibility and mitigate supplier risk.  

Supply Chain Visibility Among Major Themes at 2017 TPA Supply Chain Conference

IPC/SUBWAY® to speak on supply chain visibility in panel discussion

FoodLogiQ will be among over 500 retailers, manufacturers, and technology solution providers convening in San Diego next week for the 2017 TPA Supply Chain Conference. Contributing to the industry-driven sessions, FoodLogiQ customer IPC/SUBWAY® will speak on the importance of supply chain traceability on May 2, 2017. The 7 Habits of the Highly Transparent Supply Chain session will explore how to ensure both quality and transparency while maintaining operational efficiencies within the food supply chain. Attendees will learn how to align corporate vision and leadership with process improvement and the enabling technologies. 

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