Food safety, traceability and sustainability blog

Achieving End-to-End Traceability Throughout Your Supply Chain


Food traceability initiatives are being driven forward by increased regulation, consumer demand for transparency, and corporate social responsibility efforts. In addition businesses are realizing the benefits from having visibility into their supply chains, and the risks associated with recalls.

Whole chain, end-to-end traceability offers ideal safety and transparency - in line with the direction the food industry is fast-tracking towards. The value of seeing the entire past and future of each product is that companies can easily verify the safety practices of their suppliers, the origin and authenticity of the ingredients, as well as be aware of potential allergens.

FoodLogiQ Takes Main Stage at IFMA’s Chain Operators EXchange


Hundreds of food executives convened in New Orleans this week for IFMA’s Chain Operators EXchange (COEX), the industry’s only conference “created by operators, for operators.” With an agenda packed with content built by a committee of foodservice operator executives, the event showcased pertinent issues operators are facing today.

FoodLogiQ was featured on the main stage this year at COEX along with GS1 US and Ripe.io to discuss the current state of blockchain in foodservice. The session provided an overview of blockchain, addressed several of the common misperceptions about the evolving technology, as well as helped to better differentiate between blockchain and one of the potential use cases for blockchain - traceability.

FoodLogiQ’s Director of Implementation and Strategic Accounts Shares How She Became Involved in Food Safety and Traceability


Welcome to “In the Spotlight,” our blog series that introduces you to the many different FoodLogiQ team members who play an important role in our company’s success.  Today’s spotlight is on Julie McGill, Director of Implementation and Strategic Account Management. When it comes to identifying and solving business challenges around sustainability, food safety and traceability, nobody does it better than Julie. She also happens to have an awesome singing voice, and we dig listening to her jazz tunes.

World Economic Forum Releases Report on Traceability, Cites FoodLogiQ as a Promising Technology Solution


Report explores transformative technologies and how they can increase supply chain visibility

FoodLogiQ, the leading SaaS provider of traceability, food safety and supply chain transparency solutions, was included in a report released this week at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland that explores transformative technologies - such as internet of things (IOT), distributed ledger technology, food sensing technologies and others - and how they can increase visibility into the production and delivery of the world’s food.

Traceability, Transparency Top IFIC Food Trends Survey


While price and taste certainly still rank high among consumers when it comes to purchasing behavior, they also want a deeper understanding of exactly what it is they are eating. According to the International Food Information Council (IFIC) Foundation, U.S. consumers want to learn more about the origins of their food and its entire journey from farm to fork.

“Americans have a growing appetite for more information about their food, and technology is enabling eaters like never before,” said Joseph Clayton, CEO of the IFIC Foundation. “It’s also driving transparency across the food supply chain.”     

Recall Readiness E-book

Food Safety & Traceability Software Buyer's Guide

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The Fact, Fiction and Future of Blockchain with FoodLogiQ

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