Since 2006, FoodLogiQ have been developing solutions that meet the increasingly complex global food chain issues and vast web of regulations that face all modern food companies.
Their mission is to map the world’s food chain, make it as safe as possible, and empower people to make informed decisions about the food they eat. They track millions of data points every day and connect thousands of food companies around the world
Their technology enables supplier management, food safety compliance, quality incident management, recall management and whole chain traceability – all on a single platform built exclusively for the food industry.
FoodLogiQ was formed out of Clarkston Consulting in 2006 following the implementation of a Canadian cattle traceability program. Founded on this heritage of traceability, FoodLogiQ and its customer solutions grew as it became clear there was a need in the market for end-to-end traceability at food companies. The consumers and the customers both wanted the same thing – robust information about where their food was coming from.
Leveraging the best technology practices and a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model, they are proud to have created FoodLogiQ Connect, a cloud-based supplier transparency and traceability solution that unlocks massive value across food company supply chains.
When your company can provide traceability information down to the lot-level – to customer, to regulators and to shareholders – everyone benefits.
Following huge success and exposure across the United States and now into South America, FoodLogiq have teamed up with SmartFood Logistics in order to bring together key members of the food supply industry and components of data capturing across Europe.
Founded in 1988 in Cincinnati, Ohio, RACO Industries began as the brainchild of co-founder and CEO Rob Adams, its humble beginnings rooted in simple labelling supplies and equipment, forming the backbone of what was to come. As expertise in these basic necessities grew, RACO’s leaders made the natural expansion to include barcoding and data collection, forming the first major cornerstone of the business as we know it today.
As RACO continued to evolve, so too did the world around it in what everyone in the nation recognized as a technological boon. The power of the Internet was on the rise, and people became more connected than ever before. Soon it was possible to not just scan, store, and use data quickly within the four walls, but outside in the field as well. Mobilization and connectivity became the new paradigm, and RACO once again found itself reshaping itself to match the growing world. Field mobility and GPS tracking services were introduced, adding yet another layer of product and solution offerings to their clients.
Raco have worked closely with FoodLogiQ on a number of occasions as their critically acclaimed Smart Printer works in unison with FoodLogiQ’s detailed technology and allows barcodes and labels to be printed directly on the production site, therefore allowing complete instant data capture and traceability of food all the way direct from farm to fork.
SmartFood Logistics are keen to promote the use of the smart printer and will be working closely with Raco to ensure that FoodLogiQ carry on their path to complete food traceability worldwide.