How FoodLogiQ Had a Role In Helping Small Businesses Through the Romaine Lettuce Scare

In this episode of On Foodable, Paul Barron sits down with Bryan Cohn, Food Safety Solution Engineer at FoodLogiQ, at the Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco. The two chat about food safety compliance, whole chain traceability, and supply chain transparency solutions.

Cohn does a good job at explaining how FoodLogiQ works with businesses to accomplish its mission of mapping out the world’s supply chain to promote food safety and traceability.

“What FoodLogiQ is able to do is... automate their work flows, meaning being able to get documentation of suppliers, ingredients, products into a cloud system so they can be shared across organizations and then decisions can be made,” says Cohn.

One of the most recent food safety issues that FoodLogiQ had a role to play in had to do the with the recent Romaine Lettuce scare.

“Some of our clients leveraged our technology to understand where Romaine was within their respective supply chains,” Cohn shared with Paul. Thanks to FoodLogiQ, its clients were able to “justify their supply chain and their product path and journey.”

Companies like Tyson Foods and Subway have invested in the software firm hoping that more suppliers jump on board and begin to digitize their paperwork in order to have everything organized in one cloud.

To learn more about FoodLogiQ it’s processes and what challenges they face, check out the video above!

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Vanessa Rodriguez

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