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 Composite Ingredients
The Composite Ingredient features allows you to create a single ingredient from averaged ingredient data and then use that ingredient to build your Recipes. This is useful for when similar ingredients come from more than one supplier.
- Creating Front-of-Package Mexico Labels
This tutorial will cover how to create Front-of-Package labels that are now required on food products sold or distributed in Mexico.
- Display Specific Sugar Alcohol
U.S. and Canada labeling regulations allow you to list the specific sugar alcohol on your label if there is only one type present. This tutorial shows you how to do that.
- Using Nutrients to View
This shows you various tips and tricks for making the best use of the Nutrients to View.
- Creating a vector label in Genesis
This shows you how to export a vector file - graphic designer's preferred format - in Genesis.
- Creating an Ingredient
- Creating a Recipe
- Displaying a Label
- Using the Menu Label and Menu Label 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