We’re on a mission to change the food industry.

A legacy of helping our customers succeed

Since 2006, FoodLogiQ has offered solutions that meet the increasingly complex global food chain issues and vast regulations facing all modern food companies.

Our 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. We track millions of data points every day and connect thousands of food companies around the world.

Our technology enables supplier management, food safety compliance, quality incident management, recall management, and whole chain traceability – all on a single cloud platform built exclusively for the food industry.


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93 Million

Critical Tracking Events

Trust your food. FoodLogiQ.

From farm to fork, we’re tracking complex food supply chains from some of the world’s largest companies.

How do we do this?

We’ve been entrusted with the responsibility of creating true farm-to-fork traceability for our clients, and we take that responsibility seriously. If you want to be at the forefront of food safety, traceability and sustainability technology, we want to hear from you.
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Where it all started

FoodLogiQ was formed out of Clarkston Consulting in 2006 following the implementation of a Canadian cattle traceability program. From that start, 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 alike wanted the same thing – vital information about their food journey.

Leveraging the best technology practices and a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model, we’re proud to have created FoodLogiQ Connect, cloud-based supplier transparency and traceability solution that unlocks massive value across food company supply chains.

Everyone benefits when your company can provide traceability information down to the lot level – to customers, regulators, and shareholders.