ESHA Reviews 2018: Most Watched Genesis R&D Videos

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ESHA Reviews 2018: Most Watched Genesis R&D Videos

Thousands of you visited our eLearning Center last year to take advantage of our educational resources — cheat sheets, ebooks, tutorials, webinars and more — and we thought you might be interested in revisiting 2018’s most frequently accessed videos, just in case there’s something you missed or would like to revisit.

Here are the top Genesis R&D Food videos watched in 2018:


Adding Foods and Ingredients to the ESHA database

During this webinar, we demonstrated how to add new foods and ingredients to your food and nutrition database. In addition, we discussed a variety of search methods and display options to help you work with the ingredients.



Tailoring Your Nutrition Facts panel

This webinar went over how to switch between label formats, add voluntary nutrients, show and hide various elements, change how your nutrients and measures are displayed, and many more options for tailoring your Nutrition Facts label.


Three Ways to Share Genesis Data Internally and Externally

ESHA Workflow tools enable you to share your data with clients, consumers, and third-party ERP systems without ever having to re-enter information. During this webinar, we covered the various options for importing and exporting your ingredients, recipes, reports, and labels, as well as the benefits of each option.


Creating a Recipe

This tutorial illustrates how to create a recipe from ingredients in the database. Once the recipe is finished, you can analyze its nutrition content and create a regulatory-compliant nutrition facts label.


Entering PDCAAS Values for Protein

PDCAAS is a method for determining the protein grams and %DV for Nutrition Facts panels on foods formulated for children or for products that make a protein claim. This tutorial shows you how to calculate a PDCAAS value and display a %DV for protein on your nutrition facts label.


Creating a Bilingual Label

When U.S. labels are required to show the nutrition data in English and another language, you can either use two nutrition facts panels or on nutrition facts panel that displays both languages. This tutorial demonstrates how to create a U.S. English/Spanish bilingual nutrition facts label.