Egersund Seafood is a network of Norwegian fish shops and restaurants, as well as a manufacturer of gastronomic food, salads, and semi-finished food products in Ukraine. The company is famous for its high-quality products and innovative approach in the business organization. In 2019, Egersund Seafood became one of the first companies in Ukraine to implement a digital HACCP plan, and it happened because of the cooperation with Estonian IT company FoodDocs.
Starting from the middle of the March, Food inspections have stopped all planned audits for food businesses. This means, that food businesses are the ones who responsible for the food safety at the moment.
Bolt Food started a partnership with a food safety platform FoodDocs due to an increase in food deliveries. The aim is to help all restaurant in Bolt Food platform to meet legal food safety requirements and to contribute to fight Covid-19.
The FoodDocs digital food safety solution, which has been operating for 1.5 years now, has already proved its value to 3,000 users in Estonia, Ukraine and Germany.
It’s unlikely that any business today in Estonia could imagine their life without the services of the e-Tax Board, while food safety matters still involve quite cumbersome and extremely time-consuming paperwork, writes Katrin Liivat, a founder of FoodDocs.
The extensive meeting with the Head of the Main Department of the State Service of Ukraine on food safety, took place in Kyiv, Ukraine.
The extensive meeting with Mr. Ruban, who is the Head of the Main Department of the State Service of Ukraine on food safety and consumer protection, took place yesterday in Kyiv, Ukraine.
The first official meeting between the Estonian Embassys first secretary in the field of economics, Mr. Risto Roosi, and our FoodDocs team in Ukraine, took place at the Estonian Embassy in Kyiv
FoodDocs, offering a digital food safety platform, is creating a digital dashboard for food handling companies in the growth program. The real-time dashboard gives the companies an overview of the food safety at any given time, simplifying thereby their document management.
Weekly start-up: FoodDocs makes food handling companies paperwork super easy by artifical intelligence.
FoodDocs is an Estonian start-up, which helps restaurants, cafes, big food stores but also home breweries or pie-makers keep up with the complicated paperwork and demands in cooking.
FoodDocs, compliance-as-a-service solution for digital food safety management, has raised 300 000€ in seed capital.
The Veterinary and Food Board and the Ministry of Rural Affair have both facilitated the creation of the FoodDocs digital food safety dashboard
It is a common requirement that the food sold in shops, markets and restaurants has to be not only tasty, but also safe for our health.
Shark Tank of Estonia 2018
Business Day radio: FoodDocs' digital food safety reminder itself
The Tallinn science park Tehnopol is to help Prototron and Ajujaht winner FoodDocs achieve success on one of Europe's largest retail markets, Germany, where 25 percent of the company's potential customers are as the Estonian market is simply too small for the startup offering a digital food safety platform solution.
The next ingenious IT-solution from Estonia: The winners of Shark Tank broke the code how to open up four food business within an hour.
Food technologists, entrepreneurs Katrin Liivat and Karin Repp created the team with the programmers that gave birth to FoodDocs – the winner of Ajujaht this year.
The digital food safety platform FoodDocs won the largest competition of business ideas, Ajujaht, and was awarded with the grand prize of €30,000.
Digitalisation and use of electronic solutions is one of the ways of creating additional growth opportunities for the agricultural sector.
Interview on Radio 2: FoodDocs has created a web service that reduces the number of paper documents
Digital food safety platform FoodDocs that wishes to attain an annual turnover of 30 million euro in three years, won the largest competition of business ideas in Estonia – Ajujaht.
The winner of Estonian Shark Tank will free hundres of food handling companies from cumbersome bureaucracy
This is a typical so-called self-control basic package for the companies who one way or another sell foodstuff for people, and which comprises a detailed description of the food handling process from how the carrot or radish grows on the garden patch to how they are chopped and served in a dining place.