Learn how to create your own nutrition label, how to create a recipe, check data, and other Genesis functions and concepts here.
Note: Because we are always updating the program, you may notice minor differences in the user interface. The basic functions and concepts, however, are valid.
- Creating a vector label in Genesis
This shows you how to export a vector file - graphic designers' preferred format - in Genesis.
- Creating an Ingredient
- Creating a Recipe
- Displaying a Label
- Nutrition Analysis & Label Reports
- Using the Food Menu and Food Menu Report
- Creating a Dual Column Label (2016 regulations) for products that are required to show nutrition information for two serving sizes.
- Creating a Dual Declaration Label (1990 regulations) for products that require additional preparation.
- Creating an English/Spanish U.S. Bilingual Label
- Creating an Aggregate Label for individual items packaged together.
- Creating a Child Nutrition Facts Label
- Using Advanced Label to Create Multiple Labels from One Recipe
- Using Logical Width to format your label.
- Adding a PDCAAS value for Protein
- Adding a PER value for Protein
LABEL STATEMENTS & CLAIMS
CANADA, MEXICO, EU LABELS
- Using the Nutrient/F5 search
- Using the More Search to find Recipes containing a specific ingredient.
- Understanding and Using Preferences
- Adding a Household Measure to an Ingredient
- User-added Allergens
- Creating a New Nutrient
- Yield Options in the ESHA Database
- ESHA Port - Export by Key
This tutorial walks you through the steps of using ESHA Port to export by Key.
- ESHA Port - Export all Recipes
This tutorial walks you through the steps of using ESHAPort to export all your Recipes.
- ESHA Security
- Using the Barcode Feature
- Using a Moisture Adjustment
- Overriding program-calculated nutrient values in your Recipe.
- Using the Audit Trail Feature
- Fat Formulator
- Scaling a Recipe
- Check Data