REstaurant Menu Labeling

What We Do

Menu Labeling and Nutrition Analysis

Our registered dietitians will help you interpret the FDA restaurant menu labeling regulations and will perform nutrition analysis of your recipes and menus using nutrient database calculation.

We provide nutritional analysis including a detailed nutrition profile of over 50 nutrients including those mandated by the FDA:

  • Calories

  • Calories from Fat

  • Total Fat

  • Saturated Fat

  • Cholesterol

  • Sodium

  • Carbohydrates

  • Sugars

  • Dietary Fiber

  • Protein

We can produce a nutrition facts label in a variety of formats to meet your needs.

Other Services

In addition to nutrient analysis and developing nutrition facts labels, our registered dietitians, including a credentialed chef, are ready to assist you with all of your menu related nutrition needs including:

Gluten and Allergen Declarations

We will assist you in creating allergen declarations for the 8 most common food allergens.  We can identify gluten-free menu items you already offer as well as help you create new menu items.  We can provide declarations in statement form or in a user-friendly brochure to offer your clients or post on your website.

Nutrient Content Claims

We will aid you in identifying opportunities for nutrient content claims for your menu items that meet FDA regulations.  These claims include “low fat”, “sugar free” and “reduced calorie”.  We can even create an entire healthy eating program for your restaurant including nutrition criteria, menu labeling techniques and advertising strategies. 

Recipe Standardization and Makeovers

We will work with you in the development of standardized recipes or to adjust the amount of fat, sodium, fiber, or any other nutrient in your recipes while maintaining the integrity of your recipe and the flavor.

Marketing Materials

We can create informative brochures listing nutritional or allergen information of your menu offerings in one convenient place to offer your clients in paper form, on your website or through other social media.

Menu Development

We can work with you to identify healthy food options on your existing menu or find opportunities to update an existing menu with healthier options.

Kids Menus

We will work with you to develop or refine a healthy menu geared towards kids focusing on appropriate portion sizes, reducing sodium, calories and fat.

Staff Training

We can provide staff training on a variety of topics including:

  • Healthy Cooking Methods

  • The importance of following standardized recipes

  • Food Allergies

  • Gluten Free Cooking

  • Portion Sizes

Why Us?

Nutritional analysis and creating a menu labeling system involves more than just entering ingredients into a computer.  It requires professional judgment, expertise and time.  Our dietitians are uniquely qualified to marry culinary arts with nutritional science.

  • We understand food, nutrients and how cooking techniques can affect the nutritional content of a food product.

  • Our company was founded more than 30 years ago. Our dietitians have years of food and nutrition experience.

  • As clinical dietitians, we have worked with world famous doctors and institutions in the areas of gluten sensitivities, allergies as well as child nutrition and can translate that experience to your menus.

  • We give you the peace of mind that the nutrition information you are providing your clients is accurate and reliable.

  • We are small enough to give you individualized attention. At the same time, our experience and expertise in menu labeling and nutrition analysis allows us to provide efficient, high quality nutrition services at the lowest possible cost to you.

Who We Serve

We assist a variety of industries impacted by the new restaurant menu labeling regulations.  We also work with companies to meet customers’ increasing demand for nutrition information.  Our clients include restaurants, vending companies, catering services, cafeterias, college food service, grocery chains and other companies offering “To Go” meals, salad bars and ready-to-eat foods.