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    December 20, 2022

    Blog Roundup: Our Top 10 Blogs from 2022


    It’s been quite the year for FoodLogiQ and the world of food safety, too. While major changes are impacting the entire food supply chain, the FDA has also not slowed down on their efforts to improve food safety, traceability, and transparency. Our blog roundup highlights some of the major changes happening in the industry, based on the most-viewed blogs of the year. Let’s dive in!

    1. FoodLogiQ Merges with ESHA Research to Advance Food Safety Compliance and Supply Chain Transparency

    Starting off with a bang, our most visited blog this year was about our recent merger with ESHA Research (ESHA), a global leader in nutrition analysis and regulatory compliant labeling software and services. It’s a match made in food safety heaven (and spurred by The Riverside Company), bringing together our leading SaaS software for food safety, supply chain transparency and traceability, combined with powerful, compliant Nutrition Facts label making and formulation software. Hear from the leaders on this merger in our blog.

    2. Minimizing the Impact of Food Product Recalls

    The global food system is more complex and complicated today than ever, which means businesses need to be ready when things go awry. This blog covers three considerations for minimizing the impact of a food product recall, including questions to ask, mock recall practices, and more.

    3. FSMA 204 the Final Rule: The Roadmap to Enhanced Traceability Recordkeeping

    By far the biggest news drop for food safety came in November this year: the Final Rule for FSMA Section 204. This blog covers the basics of the Final Rule, the potential impact it may have on your business, and how businesses can kick off their roadmap to FSMA using tech-enhanced traceability.

    4. Summer 2022 Release: New Critical Tracking Events, Audit Trends, and More

    FoodLogiQ's Summer 2022 Release expands functionality across the FoodLogiQ Connect platform, including new critical tracking events and audit trends, based on consumer feedback and industry drivers. Learn about all the updates in FoodLogiQ Connect in this blog.

    5. How to Choose the Best Food Safety Software System

    There are many factors to consider when choosing a food safety software system, and the variety of product features and choices can be overwhelming. This blog offers three straightforward considerations to make your decision a little easier.

    6. Partnering with Chipotle on Traceability Data Collection via RFID

    Recently, Chipotle Mexican Grill announced they are piloting the use of RFID technology to track ingredients in the supply chain within FoodLogiQ Connect. Hear from Chipotle’s Food Safety Officer as they share the process that lead them to choosing FoodLogiQ as a food safety partner.

    7. 5 Things to Consider When Selecting Food Inspection Software

    Foodborne diseases impact one in six people each year, according to the CDC. As the FDA tries to ramp up preventative measures around foodborne illnesses, including creating the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), businesses need to consider software solutions that help with compliance and make food safety a lot easier. This blog covers five considerations when looking for the right food inspection software for your business.

    8. FSMA 204 is “Published”, But What Does that Actually Mean?

    Read a review of the FSMA Final Rule from the eyes of an expert: Julie McGill, Vice President of Supply Chain Strategy and Insights at FoodLogiQ. Julie covers the timeline of events leading to the final rule, plus the key aspects of the law that will impact businesses.

    9. What Are the Steps When Doing a Food Recall?

    In this blog, we offer ten critical steps to consider when initiating a recall (whether self-initiated or from the FDA). The steps outline identifying and scoping the impact, communicating and responding to a recall, and the proper documentation, reports, and close outs required to ensure recalls are handled compliantly.

    10. Three Considerations When Asked: “Is Our Company Recall Ready?”

    When a potentially harmful product travels through your business, do you have the steps in place to respond to an FDA recall? This blog tackles three significant considerations from the FDA’s final guidance: Initiation of Voluntary Recalls Under 21 CFR Part 7, Subpart C. Plus, we offer some tips on navigating recall management so your business can be 100% sure you’re recall ready.

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