Food and Beverage Manufacturing ERP for SMEs

Software for the food processing industry

  • Manage food inventory items in one system
  • Produce food & beverage
  • Calculate the unit cost of spices, dairy products & pulses, etc.
  • Track expiry dates
  • Manage your sales in different channels: field sales, wholesale and online sales
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Food Products Inventory

Food Items Stock & Purchase Management

  • Import or create a catalogue with your food & beverage items — with variants (shapes, types, flavours) & different prices
  • Use batch tracking to manage food raw materials purchasing
  • Check raw materials quality during the receiving
  • Use expiry dates for timely write‑offs
  • Indicate reorder point and receive low‑stock alerts
  • Use stock management report for smart purchasing
Food Processing Production

Food Processing Production

  • Create BOMs — indicate how many ingredients you need to produce some food, set operation & labour costs
  • Launch production orders — produce food & beverage in batches, produce in parts, purchase missing materials, and assign operations to particular employees
  • Specify scrap & by‑products: e.g. husk or peel
  • Use the unit cost calculator to determine wholesale & retail prices for finished goods
  • Calculate the wages of workshop floor staff

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Food Beverage Sales

Food & Beverage Sales

  • Accept new sales orders & start production orders, link the related transactions
  • Use Shopify×Kladana integration to synchronize new orders and stock
  • Try Online Order App for free — send your customers online catalogues with tailored prices & get new orders in Kladana, manage sales reps and determine the most effective ones
  • Manage orders from invoices & payment to shipment & returns
  • Set tax rates, and indicate discounts for loyal customers
Dashboards Reports

Dashboards & Reports

  • Analyze sales of your food & beverage goods — profit margin & loss, revenue, and the average check
  • Find out which items are the most profitable to produce & sell
  • Encourage the most hard-working employees who bring profit or produce more goods
  • Track the stock movement of your food products

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Food Catalogue

Open the product card → click on +Variant → indicate the attribute (flavour). You may add other attributes such as shape, or type.
Yes. Create a product card for a ground coffee pack with different variants (indicate grind levels). After you make a BOM for a coffee pack, you may start a production order & indicate how many coffee packs of each grind level are supposed to be produced in the Variance column.
While creating a product card, go to Advanced Inventory Tracking → mark the checkbox «Batch and expiry dates tracking». Later, you can go to Inventory → Stock. Using filters, set the dates in «Expire at». If some products are going to expire soon, you can sell them with a discount. If some products have already expired, you can write them off.
Go to Inventory → open a product card → UOM (unit of measurement) → choose ml.

Production Execution

Yes, you can. Create separate BOMs & production orders for semi‑finished products & for the finished ones.
You can produce items in various locations, including subcontractors’ facilities. The entire flow is explained in our YouTube video.
You should create product cards for scrap, for example, eggshells, peels, or bones. If you get some during a production order, you can record how much scrap you got. The detailed info can be found in our 7‑minute video.
You can edit the operation report and write in the actual quantity of used flour. It will also change the total cost.
You can make changes only after you complete a production order → Process Tracking → choose the last operation → Last change → record the amended quantity of finished products.
We recommend that you indicate the reorder point for salt in advance — 10 kilograms, for instance. When you have only 10 kilos left, you’ll get a notification. You may also set particular workflows for automatic purchase orders.
Unfortunately, we don’t have a specific feature for this. However, whenever you create & schedule a production order, you can add an attachment (a file in .pdf, for instance), or type in comments («Add some notes» field).

Costs & Sales

Create product cards for the finished goods and for all the raw materials. Indicate the purchase price of materials. Create a BOM for a finished item, and indicate operation & labour costs. Then, when you make a production order, all the costs will be automatically calculated, and you’ll get the unit cost of one finished product.
Firstly, open a BOM, and specify labour costs for production operations. Secondly, assign certain production operations to your employees. Whenever they complete an operation, the labour cost is recorded. Thirdly, you can go to Production → Labour Costs. Using filters (calendar & employee name) see all the money each of them earned.
You can use Online Order App — it enables you to make several public catalogues with different products & prices. Say, your wholesale customers will purchase bananas at the price ₹30/kilo, and retail clients — ₹50/kilo.