Menu boards across the country have been adding caloric information for each item since new FDA regulations have required they be posted. Not all restaurants legally require this (see Menu Regulation), but customers are beginning to expect it when they dine out. Our basic nutritional analysis will provide you with accurate calorie counts.
After posting calorie information, restaurants are also expected to have information available on calories from fat, total fat, saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, sodium, total carbohydrate, dietary fiber, sugars, and protein. This information can be presented via print or in electronic format. Our full nutritional analysis will offer all of this information for your recipe.
The “big 8” allergens in the US include peanuts, treenuts, eggs, fish, shellfish, soy, wheat, and milk. Food allergies have grown an enormous amount, and it’s important to understand where they’re coming from in your recipes. Identifying these allergens and having this information on hand will put customers at ease while eating.
Does your recipe not fall within a calorie range you’re happy with? We can break down the recipes by ingredient to see where most calories (or fat/sodium/etc) are coming from and reduce or substitute that ingredient.