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Key Components of a FSMA Food Safety Plan

The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) works to prevent foodborne illnesses in the United States by providing the FDA with more regulatory power. It can be categorized into seven rules:

What Can a Food Traceability System Do for Your Business?

Food traceability systems can help your company meet regulatory compliance, guarantee food safety, and enhance supply chain interoperability through a manageable, centralized solution.

LIVE DEMO | Roadmap to FSMA 204: 5 Critical Steps

FSMA 204, the FDA’s final rule for food traceability, will be published in just a few short weeks. These recordkeeping requirements go beyond existing regulations and include an extensive list of products that will need to be tracked at the lot level by trading partners across the entire food supply chain.

National Restaurant Association Show is Back In-Person for 2022

After 24 months, one of the biggest gatherings of foodservice professionals will be back in person on May 21-24 in Chicago. 

Learn How to Make Withdrawals 10x Faster at the 2022 Food Safety Summit


FoodLogiQ will showcase how, with Recall + Response, companies can identify affected products, initiate a traceability investigation, and automate the removal of products at the 2022 Food Safety Summit.

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