ERP Software for Food Manufacturers
Icicle's advanced food production ERP is an integrated solution that connects food safety, traceability, quality assurance, inventory, procurement, production, maintenance and so much more to simplify operations and ensure compliance with the latest industry standards. We enable food processors and producers with automated, data-driven systems that allow them to focus on profitability, growth, and long-term goals.
You’re Here Because You Are
A food or cannabis manufacturer
Serious about making improvements
Sick of doing everything manually
Committed to invest in a solution that works
Looking For An Easier Way To
Acquire GFSI certifications like SQF and BRC
Comply with regulations like SFCA and FSMA
Create HACCP based food safety program
Organize paperwork and documentation
Track suppliers, traceability, inventory, and more
Simplify processes and manage your operations
It’s Not Just Software. It’s Service.
We are always searching for ways to help our users grow and do better. If you prefer partnering with a responsible team that listens to your inquires and cares about your long-term success, then you’ve come to the right place.
More Than Generic ERP
Easily manage food safety, compliance, production, traceability, and more with just one ERP software.
A Simple Solution for All
Learn more and see what Icicle can do for you.
The key to building resilience is a strong, data-driven foundation for business operations that integrates supplier management with inventory management and more.
Icicle ERP creator Steven Burton was featured in FoodinCanada on the topic of lab grown meat and food safety. Burton affirms that there’s no question that lab grown meat presents truly exciting opportunities for innovation in the food industry. The ethical and environmental implications look promising if not groundbreaking. Issues around cost, production time, social stigma, and more are all being debated as the products get closer and closer to hitting grocery stores and restaurants. But what about the food safety implications?