Food safety, traceability and sustainability blog

Embracing the Value of FoodLogiQ’s Global Supplier Network


As the industry-leading software solution for traceability, transparency, recall and supply chain management, FoodLogiQ Connect provides a whole host of benefits leveraged by some of the world’s largest and most distinguished food and beverage brands. The Connect platform supports an extensive range of use cases, and solves for a wide array of issues, inefficiencies and opportunities for optimization across the supply chain. FoodLogiQ customers utilize Connect in a variety of applications to strengthen, expand and enhance their food safety and supply chain management processes every day.

Unlocking the Value of FoodLogiQ Connect across Your Supply Chain


The decision to partner with a technology provider for supply chain management, transparency and traceability is one that requires a well-thought out process based on pre-established criteria such as business need, ROI and scalability. As a result, it’s important to assess the overall value and key advantages that the solution(s) you’re evaluating bring to the table. By nature, cloud-based solutions often offer a range of benefits that accompany and extend beyond their core functionality and product scope. As the leading cloud-based, SaaS food supply chain management, traceability and recall solution, FoodLogiQ Connect is no different in this regard. Below, find some of the additional areas in which the Connect platform provides value, as well as how to unlock and leverage these benefits across your supply chain.

The Role of Quality Assurance in the Age of Tech-Enabled Traceability

 

Learn about the role food quality assurance plays across the industry, as well as the importance of adopting digitized methods in support of the future of traceability.

While quality assurance (QA) is an indisputably vital factor across industries and their respective supply chains, it is of utmost importance within the food supply chain. Food quality assurance consists of a series of practices utilized by food and beverage companies to guarantee that their products are meeting industry, brand and consumer standards, in addition to safety regulations. In turn, these practices generate consumer trust, allowing customers to develop confidence in these brands and their ability to satisfy quality requirements, as well as generate products that are safe for consumption. 

How Frontier Co-op Streamlined Their Supply Chain for People, Planet, and Profit


Founded in 1976 and based in Norway, Iowa, Frontier Co-op is a cooperatively-owned wholesaler of natural and organic products under the Frontier Co-op, Simply Organic and Aura Cacia brands. With more than 25,000 member-owners and over 500 employees, they manufacture and distribute products throughout the United States and Canada.

Maintaining Service Excellence as a Major Supplier with Stratas Foods


With over 1,000 employees servicing large customers like Captain D’s, industry-leading supplier Stratas Foods stays ahead of the curve to ensure they are delivering fresh, cost-effective products to their clients.

Having good suppliers for restaurants and retailers is almost as important as having the best food. They go hand in hand, since both the quality of the products, along with their price and availability, are crucial to success. Overpriced supplies can break the budget before the doors even open. On the other hand, cutting corners on quality can destroy a reputation and leave customers looking for better quality somewhere else.

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