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FoodLogiQ Continues Thought Leadership on the Topic Taking the Business World by Storm: Blockchain

Read any current business blog or publication, and you’ll probably find multiple articles on the subject of blockchain.  The topic has become the center of attention throughout the world of business and industry, continuing to stir up questions and conversation about its relevance and impact on our economy. Touted as revolutionary for everything from banking to health to food, blockchain makes a whole host of promises; however, the jury is still out on whether this ‘Superman’ of technology can really save the world.

FoodLogiQ Recognized for Second Consecutive Year by Forbes Magazine for Innovation

We are excited to share that Forbes Magazine has included FoodLogiQ on The 25 Most Innovative Ag-Tech Startups list for the second consecutive year!

Forbes Magazine stated, “Forbes has taken to the fields and phones to come up with the top 25 most innovative startups in the ag-tech space. Just as we did last year, we surveyed the agricultural technology landscape by speaking with experts, venture capitalists and accelerators; then we examined financials and each company’s agricultural credentials. This year’s list features 12 alumni and 13 newcomers.

The Cost is High When it Comes to Foodborne Illness


When comparing the cost of a foodborne illness against the expense of a food safety program, the decision is a no-brainer.  Food safety wins every time.

On May 31, FoodLogiQ’s CEO Dean Wiltse shared his thoughts on the importance of supply chain management and food traceability in the wake of the E. coli outbreak linked to contaminated romaine lettuceThe fallout from the foodborne illness has been significant, with 197 people in 35 states becoming infected.  Of those, 89 have been hospitalized - 26 of whom have had kidney failure - and five people have died.   

FoodLogiQ Announces Blockchain Pilot Alongside Industry Leaders


As a technology pioneer with a legacy of success in enhanced traceability, FoodLogiQ will be taking the lead on blockchain exploration within the food space.

FoodLogiQ, the leading SaaS provider of traceability, food safety and supply chain transparency solutions, together with a select group of customers, announced today the launch of a blockchain pilot. AgBiome Innovations, Subway®/Independent Purchasing Cooperative, Testo, Tyson Foods and others are partnering with FoodLogiQ to test the application of blockchain to raise transparency within their supply chains.        

FoodLogiQ to Share Traceability and Supply Chain Management Best Practices at Annual GS1 Connect 2018 in Phoenix, AZ


This week, more than 1,000 thought leaders, industry innovators, GS1 Standards experts, and trading partners will gather in Phoenix, Arizona for GS1 Connect® 2018. Designed to foster business excellence, this year’s event will explore the increasingly complex and dynamic challenges and opportunities facing organizations across multiple industries. Attendees will have access to an engaging blend of live educational programs, industry-specific and cross-sector conference sessions, as well as the Standardsville Exhibit Area.

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