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Tyson Foods selects FoodLogiQ for supply chain management solution

Tyson Foods has selected food safety compliance SaaS provider FoodLogiQ for global supply chain visibility, streamlined supplier management, and quality issue tracking and reporting.

In a statement, the companies said Tyson Foods will utilize the FoodLogiQ Connect platform to:

  • Centralize supplier documentation.
  • Track and report on quality issues across the supply chain and address those issues with suppliers directly.
  • Leverage data-driven reporting to help make informed decisions about food quality issues, supplier performance and expiring documents.

Tyson Foods brands include Tyson, Jimmy Dean, Hillshire Farm, Ball Park, Wright Brand, Golden Island, Aidells, and State Fair.

Tyson Ventures, the venture capital arm of Tyson Foods, is an investor in FoodLogiQ.

[Image courtesy: Tyson Foods]

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