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The Impact of Consumer Products Trends on the Food Industry


Supply chain resilience, competition, routes to market, consumer base, and labor contribute to the impact of consumer product trends in the food industry.

FoodLogiQ 2021 Year-in-Review | Supply Chain Disruptions Heightened the Demand for Digital Traceability


As we say goodbye to 2021, we are pleased to share some accomplishments and notable metrics from the year that reflect both enhancements and growth.

A Look Back: The 10 FoodLogiQ Blogs of 2021 You Can't Miss


The end of the year always calls for a moment of reflection. As 2021 comes to a close, join FoodLogiQ in taking a look back at the most viewed blog posts from the past year. From informative pieces on the foundational elements of traceability, to regulatory updates, insightful customer stories and more, this year has included no shortage of impactful content. Below, browse FoodLogiQ's top 10 blogs of 2021.

Six Strategies to Secure Buy-In for Tech-Enabled Traceability [WEBINAR]


As FSMA regulation heats up in the food industry, companies are working to build buy-in and ROI for their traceability investment. The only effective way to manage traceability and ensure all parties are on the same page is by committing to a centralized process and system, and implementing a more modern process. Saving time, improving efficiency and mitigating risks all contribute to a major return on investment for food safety and traceability.

During our upcoming webinar, co-hosted with Zebra Technologies, gain insight into strategies for taking the next step in your traceability journey - and leave with six strategies for building buy-in to get there.

Is the Food Supply Chain Ready for Blockchain?


Stakeholders throughout the food industry, including research groups like FoodLogiQ Labs and standards organizations like GS1, have been evaluating how to best incorporate distributed ledger technologies into the food supply chain for years. This interest in blockchain stems from a broader effort to achieve greater transaction efficiency and interoperability between supply chain nodes, while also decreasing the risk of data corruption as goods change hands. The potential of blockchain-based food exchange to enhance inter-organization communication and supply chain transparency continues to drive development of pilot programs. New research is being conducted to shed light on the advantages and maturity of these programs.

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