January 2016


Happy New Year!

Our monthly eNewsletter is designed to keep you informed on industry news and regulations. Monthly topics include:

  • Program updates, tips, and tricks
  • Regulatory compliance updates
  • Industry news
  • Webinar and training notifications

Don't forget to sign up your team members in Marketing, Purchasing, and R&D!

ESHA Cloud Services

Both The Food Processor and Genesis R&D programs are now offered online with ESHA Cloud Services. Users can now access ESHA programs via the Internet through a secure online interface.

Contact us today to learn more!

New US Dietary Guidelines

This year's revisions, based on current nutrition science, focus on using healthy eating patterns as a tool for attaining and maintaining nutritional goals. In this blog, we highlight the intake guidance given for Added Sugar, Saturated Fats, Sodium, and Cholesterol.

Read more.

New eBook: Selecting a Nutrition Database

There are many Nutrition Database solutions on the market today which can make it difficult to select the right one for your business. This eBook provides an overview of what to consider when comparing database solutions.

Download the eBook.


Q: Does Genesis identify the qualified nutrient content claim based on the RACC or my serving size?
A: When in the Claims section of Genesis, the program determines if a claim is available based on the Serving Size you have entered in for your Recipe. It is up to you to make sure your serving size follows the RACC, as well as if your food's nutrient amount is suitable to make the potential claim.

Join the Discussion!
Join us on LinkedIn and post your labeling and regulatory compliance questions. ESHA's Nutrition Labeling & Analysis Software LinkedIn Community is open to anyone who shares an interest in food and supplement nutrition, product labeling, and regulatory compliance.

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