Tag Archives: Software Tips & Tricks

Creating New Groups in the ESHA Database

Using Groups is an efficient way to organize your data and records. The ESHA database comes pre-populated with a list of common food groups and characteristics you can associate your records with. In addition, you can add your own Groups to the ESHA Database to help facilitate organization and ease of searching. Here's how:
  1. On the Database ribbon,...
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Using Groups for Organization, Exporting, and Access Control

When you create a file in common software programs - MS Word or Adobe Photoshop, for example - you name the file and save it in a folder, most likely somewhere on your computer or on a server. You will probably have a variety of folders and sub-folders with different names for different types of files. This is...
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Searching for Foods and Ingredients by Source Information

Did you know you can view ingredient source information and effectively use this and other attributes to narrow your searches? Both the Genesis R&D and Food Processor programs include several columns to help identify ingredient source information and various other properties. Using this information to narrow your searches is an easy process. When searching for foods and ingredients in...
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Finding Recipes That Use A Certain Ingredient

Q: How can I find a list of Recipes that contain a particular Ingredient? A: We call this "Where Used Search" or sometimes "Item Search" in the Genesis and Food Processor programs. It's useful for a variety of situations, including when you have to reformulate and ingredient (Genesis) and rework a Diet Recall (Food Processor). Read more

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