• FDA Menu Labeling & Nutrition Analysis

    Evaluate the Plate is a full service nutritional analysis and consulting company serving the needs of restaurants, food retailers, and food manufacturers of all sizes. Whether you have a single location or boast a multitude of chains, you have come to the right place. We make it easy so you can focus on what matters – your customers!

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  • Have you noticed the calorie counts on fast food menus? We can guide you through the new menu labeling regulations or help you highlight some of your healthy dishes. Or, maybe your customers are asking for allergens in your menu items? We can help you make sense of it all. The best part is that a complete recipe analysis is affordable for any size restaurant.

  • All you have to do is provide us with your recipes and few other details, and you will receive complete report of everything you will need. Our services don’t stop there. We can help you tweak your recipes to be more health conscious, and we are always here to answer your questions.

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  • Evaluate the Plate Nutrition Blog

    • Menu Labeling Made Easy

      Menu Labeling Made Easy

      Menu labeling for your restaurant or small food business doesn’t have to be difficult. Check out the infographic to explain everything you need to submit a recipe to for nutrition analysis! Menu labeling is a disclosure of calories and other nutrients to customers. It is Food & Drug Administration (FDA) required for restaurants, convenience stores,  […]

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    • 91% of Kids Meals Are Deemed Unhealthy

      Kids Meals Deemed Unhealthy

      In a recent study, 91% of all kids meals at major restaurants were deemed unhealthy! That means that they did not meet the guidelines set forth by the National Restaurant Association’s Kids LiveWell program. This program put a focus on increasing consumption of fruit and vegetables, lean protein, whole grains and low-fat dairy, and limiting […]

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    • Health Care Costs for Restaurants May Not Be So Bad

      As most restaurant owners know by now, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 requires most businesses to provide employees with health care options. According to an article in the Wall Street Journal, one major restaurant chain is estimating that this added cost won’t be so much! Initially, Wendy’s had estimated an additional […]

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