Genesis R&D Supplements Tutorials

Create a Supplement Label for Fish Oil

Genesis R&D Supplements This tutorial covers the various options in Genesis R&D Supplements for displaying fatty acids on a Supplement Facts label using a fish oil formula.
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Create a Two-Column Supplement Facts

You can use a two-column label to wrap a long list of nutrients and ingredients or for certain package sizes. This tutorial shows you how to create and adjust a two-column label.
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Create an Ingredient

Genesis R&D Supplement This tutorial illustrates how to create a new ingredient in Genesis R&D Supplement Formulation & Labeling Software. Later, you can use the ingredient to build a formula.
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Display %DV Protein on Your Supplements Label

This will show you how to use the PDCAAS function in Genesis R&D Supplements to display %DV protein on your label.
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Display Added Sugars on Your Label

If your supplement formula contains sugar, you will have to declare Total Sugars on your label, per the NLEA regulations that govern the top section of the Supplement Facts panels.
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Display All Inactive Ingredients in Statement

DISPLAY ALL INACTIVE INGREDIENTS IN STATEMENT | GENESIS SUPPLEMENTS Software Program: Genesis R&D Supplements When you enter an Ingredient into another Ingredient, this creates what we call a “Blend.” Prior to version 1.4, inactive ingredients from a blend would not appear in the Ingredient Statement. With the latest version, the supplement facts label ingredient statement …
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Export a Single Formula or Ingredient

The Genesis R&D Supplements program allows you to either bulk export all ingredients and formulas or export one record at a time. This shows you how to export a single recipe or ingredient.
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Footnote Options for Linear Labels

Footnote options allow you to hide or show certain elements. This tutorial covers those options.
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Formula Import

FORMULA IMPORTING | GENESIS SUPPLEMENTS Software program: Genesis R&D Supplements Genesis R&D Supplements allows users to import formulation data from a variety of file types including, Excel Files (XLS, XLSX, CSV, TXT) or ESHA Files (EXL and EXLX). This tutorial shows you how to import data from an Excel spreadsheet by following the Import Wizard’s prompts. …
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Ingredient Import

INGREDIENT IMPORT TUTORIAL | GENESIS SUPPLEMENTS Software program: Genesis R&D Supplements Genesis R&D Supplements allows users to import ingredient data from a variety of file types including, Excel Files (XLS, XLSX, CSV, TXT) or ESHA Files (EXL and EXLX). This tutorial shows you how to import data from an Excel spreadsheet by following the Import Wizard’s …
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Label Creation and Modification Basics

This tutorial walks you through the basic steps for viewing and modifying a Supplement Facts label in the Genesis R&D Supplements program
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Refine Your Search Results with Filters and More

There are a variety of methods you can take advantage of to refine your search results. This tutorial quickly goes over your options.
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Reorder Promoted Components on Label

Components can be listed as separate items by using the P (Promote) option. In addition, you can change the order of the promoted components on your label.
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Set Target and Track Percent Organics

This tutorial covers using the Percent Organics feature in Genesis R&D Supplements. Users can track organic percentage at the Ingredient level, and set target organic percent amounts at the Formula level.
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Supplement Facts Label for Protein Powder

This tutorial covers the various options available for displaying amino acids on a Supplement Facts label using a protein powder formula.
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The Basics of Creating a Formula

This tutorial illustrates how to create a formula in Genesis R&D Supplement Formulation & Labeling Software. Later, you can use the formulation to build regulatory compliant Supplement Facts Labels.
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Track and Display Chemical Impurities

Chemical Impurities are components found in ingredients that (when consumed in high doses) are known to be toxic for humans. California Proposition 65 requires that companies inform the public about the presence of certain materials in the products they sell.
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Genesis R&D Supplements Tutorials

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.