Version 15.4 of FoodLogiQ Connect now allows community owners to use the "Investigation" tab to visualize tracking events recorded or shared with them by suppliers and add one or more Product Lots to withdrawals and use the "Smart" lot selection to include other lots created from the selected lot.
The firm said it had integrated a user-friendly approach into the software platform thanks to working with food companies like Chipotle Mexican Grill and Whole Foods Market.
Companies are partnering with FoodLogiQ to meet mounting regulatory requirements and consumer demands for transparency, it said.
With suppliers on the platform, manufacturers can capture product information from each one and rate them based on audits and assessments.
The firm said by building the community in FoodLogiQ Connect, companies are achieving end-to-end traceability for the supply chain and acting with confidence when food safety or quality issues arise or they have to issue a stock withdrawal or recall.
Dean Wiltse, FoodLogiQ CEO, said: "We've taken something that was once only attainable by the industry leaders and packaged it into something accessible for food companies both big and small.
“We're working with companies spanning from mid-sized distributors to startup retail chains and major consumer products brands to organic farmers - and talking to more and more potential customers every day."
FoodLogiQ’s user base includes more than 1,900 registered businesses in 35 countries with 18,000 locations on the cloud platform.