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Mutual benefits for manufacturers and consumers. Instantly!

Protecting manufactured goods has never been easier. Validactor serializes any product instantly giving a level of identity never reached before. Each product is clearly identifiable - and we are not talking about generic product's lines - we are talking about identifying any specific bottle, box or whatever packaging it is.
No special ink, no special production lines, each product gets its own digital page, reachable securely by a graphic code using your smartphone. You, as a consumer, can check any product's characteristics, expiration dates if perishable, recalls and much more. Put yourself at rest when buying any Validactor enabled product, buy with confidence. As a manufacturer the benefits your company will gain are endless. Inbox us at to know more.

Validactor is ready & set to launch in South America

During the last week of March 2017, Validactor will be launching in South America, specifically in Santiago (Chile). Drop a mail to to be informed about dates and venues. Book yourself to attend a demo.

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I got my personal Lost&Found code. Free. It can be used on any personal item. It's a file that you can print everywhere you want (luggage, phone, dog, cat, bike, purse, tote, book…. you name it)IMG_20170317_150109

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More than 23 million pieces of luggage lost

We are going to reduce this number dramatically and for FREE!!

Nearly 1.8 million pieces of luggage were lost, stolen, or damaged by major U.S. airlines in 2012 — and that’s just on USA domestic flights.

The total number of mishandled bags in 2014 has been 23.1 million. More than 23 million pieces of luggage were lost!
That’s 6.53 bags per thousand passengers.
Missing bags cost the industry $2.3 billion in 2015, still a bundle of money.

Not even counting the damage brought to the passengers. Validactor will soon offer to any one digital free tags. These tags will allow anyone with a smartphone to track worldwide any lost items keeping personal privacy at maximum levels.

These tags can track any of your belongings. You can print as many as you need, any size, any color. Place them in your wallet, in your luggage, in any item you may lose. Stick one on your cell phone and if lost, someone by simply scanning the code will inform you (anonymously) that he found your stuff.

Do you want to pre-book your code? Do you want be the first one to know when the feature will be released? Drop us a mail

Allergens & The importance of correctly listing them in labels

It is important that information on the presence of foods proven to produce an adverse allergenic or intolerance reaction should be available for sensitive consumers, to make informed choices which are safe for them. The list of allergenic foods and foods causing intolerance which require mandatory declaration in the EU is found in Annex II of Regulation (EU) No 1169/2011, see below. Labelling of these ingredients, processing aids,
substances or products causing allergies or intolerances is obligatory when they are used in the manufacture or preparation of a food and are still present in the finished product, even if in an altered form.

At Validactor we treat these data carefully. All the allergens eventually present in foods are correctly displayed in order to be clearly identifiable.

- Cereals containing gluten, namely: wheat, rye, barley, oats, spelt, kamut or their hybridised strains, and products thereof, except:
(a) wheat based glucose syrups including dextrose;
(b) wheat based maltodextrin;
(c) glucose syrups based on barley;
(d) cereals used for making alcoholic distillates including ethyl alcohol of agricultural origin.

- Crustaceans and products thereof;

- Eggs and products thereof;

- Fish and products thereof, except:
(a) fish gelatine used as carrier for vitamin or carotenoid preparations;
(b) fish gelatine or Isinglass used as fining agent in beer and wine.

- Peanuts and products thereof;

- Soybeans and products thereof, except:
(a) fully refined soybean oil and fat;
(b) natural mixed tocopherols (E306), natural D-alpha tocopherol, natural D-alpha tocopherol acetate, and natural D-alpha tocopherol succinate from soybean sources;
(c) vegetable oils derived phytosterols and phytosterol esters from soybean sources;
(d) plant stanol ester produced from vegetable oil sterols from soybean sources.

- Milk and products thereof (including lactose), except:
(a) whey used for making alcoholic distillates including ethyl alcohol of agricultural origin;
(b) lactitol.

- Nuts, namely: almonds (Amygdalus communis L.), hazelnuts (Corylus avellana), walnuts (Juglans regia), cashews (Anacardium occidentale), pecan nuts (Carya illinoinensis (Wangenh.) K. Koch), Brazil nuts (Bertholletia excelsa), pistachio nuts (Pistacia vera), macadamia or Queensland nuts (Macadamia ternifolia), and products thereof, except for nuts used for making alcoholic distillates including ethyl alcohol of agricultural origin;

- Celery and products thereof;

- Mustard and products thereof;

- Sesame seeds and products thereof;

- Sulphur dioxide and sulphites at concentrations of more than 10 mg/kg or 10 mg/litre in terms of the total SO 2 which are to be calculated for products as proposed ready for consumption or as reconstituted according to the instructions of the manufacturers;

- Lupin and products thereof;

- Molluscs and products thereof.