FoodLogiQ® provides traceability, food safety compliance and supply chain transparency software solutions. We help restaurant operators, food retailers, consumer packaged goods and other food companies achieve end-to-end traceability while supporting safe and high quality food products across the supply chain.Visit company showcase »
A free webinar explores how state-of-the-art technology can help restaurants maximize the quality and efficiency of their supply chain.
With new government regulations going into effect for suppliers and an increasingly global supply chain, restaurant operators need to be aware of food safety issues at all stages of the process.
SUBWAY® / IPC’s vision was to achieve full supply chain visibility. Armed with that level of visibility, they’d be able to make real-time, fast, and accurate decisions while giving customers exactly what they craved – transparency around the food they buy.
In this e-book, featuring quotes and perspectives from industry thought leaders, we will explore the impact of blockchain, how far we have come, what is driving adoption, and the future vision for food traceability.
Date: May 30, 2018 | Time: 2:00 PM EST | Duration: 1 Hour | In this webinar, restaurant operators will learn: How to save time managing quality issues. Tips for optimizing your supply chain, achieving visibility, and more. Register now!
FoodLogiQ, an SaaS provider of solutions for food safety and supply chain transparency solutions, has raised $19.5 million in financing to accelerate its expansion in the food industry, according to a press release. The round of financing includes investors Testo...
Learn exactly what 2,000+ U.S. consumers expect from your food traceability, food recall and foodborne illness prevention efforts.
Five Guys Burgers and Fries has selected the FoodLogiQ Connect platform for global supply chain visibility, streamlined supplier management and issue tracking and reporting, according to a press release. The chain has expanded to more than 1,400 locations across North...
If you think twice every time you purchase a jar of peanut butter, you’re not alone. The reasons for food recalls range from contamination with a pathogen, such as E. coli, a foreign object, such as glass, a nutrient imbalance or undeclared allergens.
WEBINAR: Traceability 101: Tips for Achieving Farm-to-Fork Supply Chain Transparency to Increase Food Safety and Manage Quality
Learn how two restaurant operators are taking a proactive approach to implementing end-to-end traceability across their supply chain.
Between new, more strict federal regulations and better-informed, more health-conscious consumers - it's more important than ever to educate your C-Suite on supply chain traceability.
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