As a large multi-product food manufacturer, you have a lot of nutrition facts labels to create. While making labels for so many products can be an overwhelming and time-consuming process, it doesn’t have to be. If you’ve been using a CD-ROM label making software, sending your products to a food lab, or hiring an independent consultant to perform analysis and create nutrition labels, you’ll be pleased to know there is a simpler, quicker, and more affordable way.
Online nutritional analysis and label generation software is the best food label creation method for large multi-product food manufacturing brands. Not only is it a fraction of the price of other forms of analysis and label making, FDA-compliant online nutrition analysis and label generation provides an accurate label in a matter of minutes—from any computer. This can be highly convenient when pitching your new products to retail stores or conducting taste testing and demos.
Using an online nutritional analysis software, you can create FDA-approved nutrition facts panels for a wide range of products. With LabelCalc’s user-friendly software, simply follow these steps:
Our team of nutrition label expert consultants are here to answer any questions, and our comprehensive video demos make it easy to navigate the software. Since training isn’t required to use this software, you can save time and money you’d otherwise spend to help your employees learn how to perform the analysis and make the labels.
Multi-product brands are constantly creating new products and tweaking existing ones to generate new flavors, keep up with current food trends, and respond to consumers’ desires. That’s why we’ve included a duplicate function that allows you to create a copy of an original recipe and modify it without re-entering the entire recipe.
This feature is especially handy when you’re experimenting with new flavors, creating low-sodium or low-fat versions of your products, or swapping out certain ingredients for more wholesome ones. Therefore, it is easy to create different nutrition facts panels for a line of similar food products with slight variations.