Food safety, traceability and sustainability blog

5 Ways You Can Build a Brand on Food Safety


Consumers are willing to invest in products from transparent companies that promote food safety best practices. Integrating food safety into your brand can protect your customers while building trust.

When it comes to food data, consumers have voiced their opinions loud and clear: they demand truth and transparency about the products they buy. Many brands are developing messaging to address this shift in the market, taking advantage of the premium customers will pay for insight into their food; Response Media’s 2017 study found that over half of consumers would pay anywhere from 50% to 100% more for transparent fresh and packaged food products.

Top 5 Workflows for Effective Supplier Management


At FoodLogiQ, our customers utilize workflows within the platform to achieve a wide range of things, from guiding a new supplier through their onboarding process to assessing suppliers on their readiness to adopt traceability standards.  Join our live demo of FoodLogiQ Connect on Thursday, September 19th at 2 PM ET, and learn more about the top 5 workflows our customers use to streamline their supplier management. 

The Case for Food Ingredient Transparency

When is comes to demonstrating transparency in the food industry, who do consumers think is responsible and what information do they expect? The Center for Food Integrity (CFI) asked these very questions recently in a survey featuring 2,000 respondents and the results were intriguing. And if these questions cause your company heartburn, it's time to talk about food transparency and why it should matter to you.

How Technology Supports Your FSMA Compliance

If you’re like most food industry professionals, you are well aware of the Food Safety Modernization Act and its impact on the industry. And while FSMA has been front of mind for the industry even well before President Obama signed it into law over 5 years ago, it's finally getting real for the food industry with the first deadline for most large food manufacturers hitting on September 16th. 

5 Common Food Recalls Facing Brands

They’re the type of recalls that tend to make the biggest splash in the news. They send consumers running to their pantries or refrigerators to check dates and leave other brands of consumer packaged goods asking themselves, “What if this happened to us?”

Recall Readiness E-book

Food Safety & Traceability Software Buyer's Guide

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