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Why You Need a Better Way to Investigate and Execute Recalls


Supply chain traceability is key to solving quality incidents in our food system. This year has certainly started by spotlighting what is not working in food traceability. When it comes to the safety of food, traceability has to go more than one lot up and one lot back.

Address Produce Challenges Throughout Your Supply Chain


Join us for a live demo of FoodLogiQ Connect on Thursday, May 24th, 2018 at 2:00pm ET and learn how you can achieve global supply chain visibility, streamline supplier management and track and report on quality issues. FoodLogiQ Connect was built for the food industry, specifically geared towards the unique needs of the food supply chain - whether you're an enterprise or small business.

FoodLogiQ Launches New Innovation Lab


As technology evolves, consumer demands change and the food industry faces mounting regulatory changes, FoodLogiQ rises to the challenge by providing what their customers need - before they need it.

FoodLogiQ, the leading SaaS provider of traceability, food safety and supply chain transparency software solutions, today announced the creation of FoodLogiQ Labs, a research and development hub dedicated to the acceleration of new products and solutions to meet the growing needs of the food industry.

Blockchain and Its Potential Application in the Food Industry


FoodLogiQ recently hosted a webinar on one of the hottest topics in business and technology today: blockchain.  This buzzword has generated significant interest and questions throughout the world of supply chain because of its supposed ability to solve a variety of different problems.  FoodLogiQ’s Chief Marketing Officer Katy Jones, Chief Technology Officer Charles Irizarry, and Chief Product Officer Todd Dolinsky explore the fact, the fiction and the future of blockchain and its potential application within the food industry.

Response Time is Key When it Comes to Mitigating Risks Along the Supply Chain


You’ve seen the headlines: “Unknown Source Causes Multistate Foodborne Illness Outbreak.” The troubling part from a food safety perspective is the word unknown. The E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce was first announced by the Center for Disease Control in March. Two months later we have yet to determine the source of the contaminated food. This exemplifies the complexity of the food supply chain. Navigating suppliers, COAs, and emails during a food safety scare impacts the QA team’s ability to respond quickly. Response time is key when it comes to mitigating risks along the supply chain.

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