eBooks

eBook: 5 Steps for Selecting a Nutrition Database

Nutrition Database eBook
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.

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eBook: Canada’s New Food Labelling Regulations

Canadas New Food Labelling Regulations eBook
Health Canada has finalized changes to the Nutrition Facts tables and ingredients list for packaged foods. Manufacturers have a five-year compliance period, which started Dec. 14, 2016, and during that time both pre-existing and new Nutrition Facts tables will be seen on grocery store shelves. This eBook summarizes these changes.

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eBook: Food Labeling 101

food-labeling-101-ebook
Most packaged food items sold in the United States are regulated by the FDA and must display a product label, the rules for which can be long and complicated. This eBook will help guide you through the regulations.

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eBook: How to Obtain a Nutritional Analysis

Obtaining nutrient analysis and creating a government-compliant Nutrition Facts label can initially appear to be an overwhelming task. This eBook compares the pros and cons of the different nutrition analysis options by discussing the cost, time, and accuracy of each solution.

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eBook: Menu Labeling | What You Need to Know

Labeling provisions in the ACA (Affordable Care Act) require that grocery chains, restaurants, and other retail food establishments provide access to nutrition information. This includes the display of calorie information for standard menu items and access to additional nutrient information for those same items. This eBook will help guide you through the regulations.

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eBook: New FDA Nutrition Facts Label Changes Guide

2016 Nutrition Facts Label eBook
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released final regulations for the updated Nutrition Facts and Supplement Facts panels for food and supplement products. This eBook will focus on the far-reaching and numerous changes in nutrients and Daily Values that apply to both labels.

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eBook: Supplement Packaging 101

supplement packaging & labeling requirements ebook
In 1994, Congress passed the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA) to (1) define what a supplement is (2) to set regulations for labeling and packaging and (3) change the scope of the FDA to include removal of unsafe or misbranded products from the market and to establish safe manufacturing practices. This ebook will briefly cover the first two topics to help guide you through the regulations and requirements for Supplement Facts labeling compliance.

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