As FSMA regulation heats up in the food industry, companies are working to build buy-in and ROI for their traceability investment. The only effective way to manage traceability and ensure all parties are on the same page is by committing to a centralized process and system, and implementing a more modern process. Saving time, improving efficiency and mitigating risks all contribute to a major return on investment for food safety and traceability.
During our upcoming webinar, co-hosted with Zebra Technologies, gain insight into strategies for taking the next step in your traceability journey - and leave with six strategies for building buy-in to get there.
Zebra Technologies and FoodLogiQ discuss how RFID is shaping the modernization of the food supply chain, and what food system stakeholders are doing to prepare for new regulations.
Last year, the FDA launched a new forward-looking campaign to drive long term adoption and consensus around supply chain modernization. The New Era of Smarter Food Safety initiative is a major step towards building a tech-enabled food system through incremental changes in culture, proliferation of new technologies and clarity around interoperable standards. Many of these changes will soon be codified in updates to the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) section 204, which have been outlined in a proposed traceability rule published in September 2020.
Longtime partners FoodLogiQ and Zebra Technologies recently released new functionality as part of the FoodLogiQ Connect Winter Release in order to achieve a more efficient and effective food technology ecosystem. FoodLogiQ Director of Content and Growth Marketing Anna Ploegh sat down with Zebra Technologies Director of RFID Business Development Susan Flake and FoodLogiQ VP of Supply Chain Strategy and Insights Julie McGill to discuss how RFID is shaping the modernization of the food supply chain, as well as how supply chain digitization will enable food companies to better participate in the New Era.
This month we’re highlighting several of the amazing on-demand and breakout sessions planned for Virtual reCONNECT 2020 scheduled to take place September 14th - September 18th. We’re more excited than ever for these sessions led by food safety experts from some of the most innovative companies in the industry, including sweetgreen, Whole Foods Market, IPC/Subway, First Watch and Dine Brands.
With higher consumer expectations and razor-thin profit margins, the entire food industry is increasingly challenged to improve operational efficiencies and supply chain transparency. One evolving technology in the food chain, Radio Frequency Identification, or RFID, is playing a growing role in supporting companies in addressing these challenges.
The series of interactive research and development sessions unites FoodLogiQ leaders with partners and customers to test evolving technologies. FoodLogiQ Labs works to leverage these technologies to solve problems and create new possibilities within the food supply chain.
FoodLogiQ customers, partners and affiliated industry-leading organizations recently gathered in Durham, NC for another session of FoodLogiQ Labs. FoodLogiQ launched the innovation lab with these key partners in 2018 to help current and future FoodLogiQ customers capitalize on emerging technologies that meet the growing needs of the food industry. In doing so, FoodLogiQ Labs aims to better equip customers with tools and strategies for enhanced, innovative supply chain management.