Defining naming conventions for your database can help keep your database organized and allow you to quickly filter and identify your Ingredients and Recipes. This post walks through best practices and tips for creating your own naming convention.
In the United States, the majority of food packages can accommodate the Standard Nutrition Facts Label, making it the most commonly used label format. However, with the new 2016 FDA Nutrition Facts Label Changes, you may need to use a Dual Column Label more frequently. The Dual Column label (formerly known as the Dual...Read more
The Standard Nutrition Facts Label is the most commonly used label format on packaged foods in the United States, and we recommend that you use this format whenever possible. However, there may be times when you will need to use a different format, such as a Dual Declaration Label. The Dual Declaration Label is used for food...Read more
Nearly all graphic designers prefer to work with vector images when the images are illustrations or line drawings. A vector file allows for greater editing (including text) and cleaner resizing. A raster file (.jpeg, .tiff, etc.) is rendered as a flat, uneditable file, and resizing those will often result in pixelated or blurred images. So this blog is going to...Read more