AI firm out to change “bureaucratic” food compliance process for kitchens

FoodDocs team

A firm that aims to solve food safety compliance complexities with the help of artificial intelligence has raised more than $2m in funding to further its growth.

FoodDocs believes it can help operators save money by offering an AI-based solution to the “cumbersome and bureaucratic” process of staying compliant with food safety rules.

The funds will be used to continue the strategic growth journey, drive further expansion in the US and UK markets to reach more clients and partners, and further improve AI capabilities.

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The funding has been led by Bonnier Ventures with Forward Venture Capital and Spring Capital also joining the round alongside existing investor United Angels VC.

“The food industry is hungry for change because of the pandemic”, said Katrin Liivat, co-founder and CEO of FoodDocs.

“Compliance processes need to become more efficient and company-friendly – that’s where we change the game. Leveraging AI, FoodDocs makes getting compliant 500 times faster than the traditional method and allows food businesses to save 20% of their time on staying compliant.”

Liivat added that the market is ready for innovative solutions to face food safety issues with “simple yet genius” food safety software.

Its offering comprises an AI-powered food safety system with an integrated HACCP plan builder.

The solutions that FoodDocs has developed are already valued by over 15,000 customers including Huboo, Smart Lunches, The Oxford Food Co., and Bolt Market.

The latter company has used FoodDocs’ solution to expand to 40 new business locations in nine countries.

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