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, deli’s, and vending machines with over 20 locations. Because Americans drink approximately one third of their calories away from home, menu labeling empowers customers to make the best choices for their dietary needs.
Restaurants are required to display calories on their menus boards and must have a list of additional nutrients available to customers upon request. These nutrients include total calories, total fat, saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, sodium, total carbohydrates, sugars, fiber and protein.
Evaluate the Plate can help you meet the federal requirements for menu labeling! We provide expert nutrition analysis performed by a Registered Dietitian and Food Scientist. Check out the process for submitting your menu items:
Step 1: Gather these items
- Standardized Recipes
- Recipes should include measurements of all ingredients in grams
- Ingredient specification sheets or ingredient nutrition facts labels
- Produce or common baking ingredients do not require this step
Step 2: Send Your Data
- Send your information to firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 3: ETP Provides
- Individualized Quote
- Non-disclosure agreement to protect your recipes
- Follow-up questions regarding your submitted recipes
Step 4: Sit Back & Relax
- ETP provide you with nutrition analysis on your menu items or recipes
- You’ll receive a spreadsheet with all the nutrient facts you need to update your menu
If you have any questions about the process, please send us an email! We’re happy to help.Evaluate the Plate Dallas, TX 972-996-1695 email@example.com