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Tips for Improving Quality Incident Management Throughout the Food Supply Chain


When it comes to managing quality incidents, following these best practices can help ensure the best outcomes.

There are many moving parts in a food manufacturing facility. From receiving raw materials to palletizing finished product for distribution, critical control points will help reduce food quality incidents. Without proper incident management, a quality incident can escalate to a crisis.

Consumer Reports Finds Listeria Following Leafy Green Tests; FDA to Review the Publication’s Data

Last week, Consumer Reports announced that, in light of the recent series of foodborne illness outbreaks linked to leafy greens, the publication had conducted its own testing of 284 samples of leafy greens purchased from various retailers.  The results from those tests showed Listeria monocytogenes were present in six of the samples.  These findings are now being reviewed by the Food and Drug Administration.

Independent Purchasing Cooperative, Inc., a Subway® franchisee-owned organization, Featured in Forbes Magazine


IPC shares advantages of using GS1 Standards and the FoodLogiQ platform to reach full Supply Chain Traceability 

The Independent Purchasing Cooperative Inc., a Subway® restaurant franchisee-owned organization, recently mentioned FoodLogiQ as its traceability partner-of-choice in a Forbes Magazine article, as well as a newly-released case study from GS1 US.  

Live Demo: Take Control of Your Supply Chain with FoodLogiQ Connect


Join FoodLogiQ for a live demo on Tuesday, July 30th, 2019 at 2:00 pm ET. Learn how you can build a community of your supply chain partners, capture and monitor quality incidents, achieve end-to-end traceability and respond to food recalls with speed and accuracy all on the FoodLogiQ Connect platform

FoodLogiQ to Share Traceability & Supply Chain Management Best Practices at GS1 Connect 2019


Conference learning opportunities designed to help attendees keep up with industry trends and to innovate for the future

This week, more than 1,300 thought leaders, industry innovators, GS1 Standards experts, and trading partners will gather in Denver, Colorado for GS1 Connect® 2019. The conference is designed to help participants use GS1 Standards to address their business challenges—not just for today, but in planning for the future. This year’s event will explore a variety of topics pertinent to organizations across multiple industries, introduce startup organizations who are pursuing disruptive technology innovations, and celebrate women in leadership roles.

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