MES for Food Industry

Most of the time in the food industry, customer orders drive production orders, and reducing waste and increasing the quality of delivered products are some of the goals of manufacturing process management.

MES for Food Industry
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What are the benefits of a MES solution for Food Industry?

It ensures traceability of food products

throughout the manufacturing process.

It records the quantities of finished products

 obtained for each customer order.

It monitors raw material losses incurred

 for each technological operation.

It generates invoices for quantities and batches

delivered to customers on the dates set by schedules.

Solution description

Food products are grouped into two major categories: fresh products and products with a longer shelf life. Fresh products, more often than not, can result from stages of raw materials separation by component, which complicates production . xTrack MES easily handles such complex workflows

xTrack MES also efficiently manages other characteristics of food products, such as variation in weight quantities at the finished product unit level or losses occurring along the workflow, natural losses due to processing at different stages of production.

The focus, however, is on reducing the time needed to release production orders so as to increase worker efficiency. Batches are clearly highlighted in the process by the application, and at the end, during the packing stage, labels are automatically generated for both finished products and collective packages (boxes and pallets) . The delivery of products is error-free, making the process of sorting and preparing goods for delivery to the end customer easier.

Food safety is ensured by implementing workflows where the Quality Department operators enter data into the system for each batch or pallet. Thus, the goods can be automatically released for deliveries only if the quality parameters are within the allowed limits.


  • Quality control and blocks on unverified lots
  • Prioritization of customer order processing, starting from the production phase
  • Separation- and combination-of-components-related operations
  • Labelling of products, boxes and pallets
  • Automation of substitute product-related workflows

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