Tag Archives: Menu Labeling

Using Calorie Ranges for Menu Labeling Compliance

Question: When can I use a range of calories on my menus and menu boards? There are some instances when the rules allow you to display a range of calories instead of individual calorie amounts in order to comply with the new menu labeling rules. This blog will cover those cases and show you how to...
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Using the Composite Ingredient™ Feature in Genesis R&D Foods

There may be times when you source the same ingredient from multiple suppliers (such as burger buns or flour), and the calorie and other nutrient values vary somewhat. How, then, can you correctly display the calories on your nutrition facts labels or restaurant menus?

The FDA says, "... the calorie and other nutrient declarations could be...

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FDA Offers More Clarity on Menu Labeling

In an effort to clear up some confusion with the Menu Labeling regulations that go into effect May 7, 2018, the FDA has released a Supplemental Draft Guidance Document. FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said in a press release that he wanted to make sure the public had the desired information as soon as possible, while keeping regulations from being overly burdensome for restaurants.

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FDA Extends Menu Labeling Compliance Date

Menu Labeling in RestaurantsOn May 1, 2017, the FDA announced an extension to the original compliance date (May 5, 2017) for Menu Labeling, giving restaurants and other qualifying food establishments another year to get their ducks in a row, so to speak. The new compliance date is May 7,...
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