Webinar: Using ESHA Port to Import Supplier Ingredients
The FDA finalized the new Nutrition Facts label for packaged foods and supplements to reflect new scientific information and food manufacturers have 2-3 years to update their labels with the newly required label nutrients. As a result, there is an increased pressure for Ingredient suppliers to provide updated nutrition information to their customers. During this webinar, we explore how the newest version of the ESHA Port workflow utility can help you streamline data from ingredient suppliers into your Genesis R&D program database. View the recording!
SupplySide Ingredient Marketplace
Thanks to everyone who visited us at this year’s SupplySide Ingredient Marketplace expo. We enjoyed meeting with everyone and showcasing the Genesis R&D Supplement Formulation software. If you have any follow up questions, contact our sales team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Blog: How to Create New Groups in the ESHA Database
Using Groups is an efficient way to organize your data and records. This blog illustrates how you can create your own Groups in the ESHA database to help facilitate organization and ease of searching. Continue reading.
Blog: Using Groups for Organization, Exporting, and Access Control
Because Genesis R&D and The Food Processor use database-driven data management, instead of saving files to a folder, you are creating records inside of a database. To help with organizing your data (Recipes, Ingredients, Persons, Menu Plans, etc.), we recommend making use of database Groups. Continue reading.
Q: When can “About X Servings Per Container” be used on a label? Is the term “about” to be used any time rounding has been applied to indicate servings per container?
A: The term “about” only applies when the servings per container falls in the range of 2-5 and is rounded to the nearest 0.5. “(i) The number of servings shall be rounded to the nearest whole number except for the number of servings between 2 and 5 servings and random weight products. The number of servings between 2 and 5 servings shall be rounded to the nearest 0.5 serving. Rounding should be indicated by the use of the term about (e.g., about 2 servings, about 3.5 servings).”