Tech-Enabled Traceability and the Future of Food Supply Chains

Food, Food Manufacturing & Supply Chain, Food Safety & Regulation,
  • Thursday, July 15, 2021

48 million Americans get sick from food every year. In response, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is joining global forces such as GS1 in a push for tech-enabled traceability and predictive analytics.

As international supply chains transition to fully digital records, how can food companies improve competitive positioning through trust and transparency? What are the best practices for controlling data visibility, and how can food safety data transform quality control?

In this webinar, John Keogh and Kevin Davies will unpack expert views of traceability and supply chain technology. Each will share a 15-minute presentation, including a live software demonstration, followed by 20 minutes of audience Q&A.

Register for this webinar to gain an exclusive discount on Provision Analytics, one of the world’s fastest-growing software platforms for food traceability.

Speakers

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John Keogh, MBA, Founder & Managing Principal, Shantalla Inc.

John Keogh is known for his time as Global Director for Product & Consumer Safety at GS1. He has 30-years’ experience in supply chain management, spanning traceability, recall, IoT, and fraud prevention. John now serves as Professor of Practice at the McGill Centre for the Convergence of Health and Economics. He researches large scale interoperable digital ecosystems for agrifood, while leading international advisory services for public and private clientele at Shantalla.

Message Presenter
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Kevin Davies, Chief Design Officer, Provision Analytics

 Kevin Davies manages user experience for Provision food safety software, leading the company’s product development roadmap and user interface design. Previously, Kevin built a CPG compost company that processed 47 million pounds of food waste for clients such as Starbucks. His design for closed loop food systems has won a Manning Innovation Award and a Fast Company World Changing Ideas Award.

Message Presenter

Who Should Attend?

  • Operations executives at food packers, processors and manufacturers
  • Managers of food safety, quality assurance and supply chain
  • Food safety auditors and consultants
  • CPG food entrepreneurs and accelerators
  • Agricultural associations

What You Will Learn

In this webinar, participants will learn:

  • Changes and trends in food supply chain regulations and global standards
  • Advances in technology and science for food traceability
  • Risk management case studies from small,medium and large food companies
  • How to configure digital forms to achieve one-click mock recall traceability

Xtalks Partner

Provision

Without software, information rarely leaves paper forms, making it difficult to continuously improve compliance and quality in food. Provision has built food safety software that boosts speed and accuracy in data entry, creating a central insight hub that can quickly manage inventory, audits, and analytics.

Provision software is based on customizable food safety forms. Users can set rules for their data to catch deviations as they happen, and can autofill form sections from prior submissions. The forms automatically track inventory by location through each production stage, enabling efficient mock recall compliance. And any data collected in Provision forms can populate customizable reports. This allows data-driven decisions, by correlating process variables with product outcomes.

Provision is available for as little as $49/month, and can be rolled out for enterprise clients with full service engagements. The software is now used for over half of the cold food in transit across Canada.  For more information, visit https://provision.io/.

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