Conagra Boosting Digital Traceability Efforts

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Conagra Boosting Digital Traceability Efforts

By CGT Staff - 12/04/2020

Conagra Brands has selected FoodLogiQ Connect as its quality management solution for expanding global supply chain transparency, digitized audit and document management, and streamlined recall management.

Conagra, the No. 69 consumer good company that includes such brands as Birds Eye, Marie Callender's, Banquet, Healthy Choice, Slim Jim, Reddi-wip in its portfolio, will leverage FoodLogiQ Connect to enhance traceability by capturing and tracking supplier quality issues with FoodLogiQ’s mobile app to document any issues as products are received.

It will also be able to issue corrective actions directly in the platform — as well as launch and track product withdrawals and recalls — in real time.

The benefits of digitizing quality and safety requirements include the ability to increase supplier compliance with streamlined documentation and automated workflows to assemble food safety plans, conduct supplier and facility audits, implement corrective actions, support supplier verification, and centralize required recordkeeping.

“At Conagra, we are continuously looking for the most innovative solutions to modernize food safety practices throughout our operations,” said Chris Fosse, VP, quality at Conagra Brands. “FoodLogiQ’s quality management system will help us operate our supply chain more efficiently and effectively to deliver safe and high-quality products.”

In its latest earnings call, the food manufacturer is focused on winning with consumers through sustainability, e-commerce, and health and safety.

The industry today is moving at a fast, unprecedented pace. But plant management software can ensure your facility not only keeps up, but also accelerates performance.

The company’s global supply chain operations, including end-to-end procurement, manufacturing, planning, quality assurance and logistics, across all channels and geographies, will now be led by a new EVP.