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FoodLogiQ Responds to Romaine Task Force Call for Input


The time to embrace a bold vision for food traceability is now

FoodLogiQ, the leading SaaS provider of food safety compliance, whole chain traceability, and supply chain transparency solutions, has responded to an industry call for feedback on a recently-released industry report outlining recommendations to embrace a bold vision for traceability throughout the food supply chain.

FoodLogiQ Announces Second Annual User Group Meeting


Customers to gather for reCONNECT 2019 in Durham, NC

FoodLogiQ, the leading SaaS provider of traceability, food safety and supply chain transparency solutions, today announced its second annual user group meeting, reCONNECT 2019, will be held in Durham, NC, on April 30 - May 2, 2019.

At reCONNECT 2019, FoodLogiQ customers will meet and network with other users of the FoodLogiQ Connect platform while sharing best practices on how they are utilizing the software to advance food safety, traceability and transparency. The agenda will feature plenary presentations, topical panel sessions and customer-led discussions.

Minimizing Damage from FoodBorne Disease Outbreaks


Suppose you are alerted to the news of a foodborne disease outbreak, and as you scan through the details, you get even more shocking news: the outbreak has been linked to one of your products! This is arguably a manufacturer’s worst nightmare. According to a study from researchers at John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, a single foodborne disease outbreak at a fast-casual establishment could cost between $6,330 to $2.1 million in lost revenue, fines and lawsuits. And this is only on the financial side.

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.

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