Create Nutrition Facts for Desserts Quickly and Affordably with LabelCalc
Concocting and perfecting sweet treats is a lot of work in itself, but before you can sell your desserts in retail locations, there’s a little more work to be done—you need to make your nutrition facts label. While creating nutrition labels for your desserts may seem overwhelming, especially if you have an entire line of dessert products, the process can actually be quite simple. With a FDA-compliant online nutritional analysis software and label generator, there is no need for complex CD-ROMs, time-consuming food labs, and expensive private consultants. Instead, you can create your own nutrition facts labels for your delicious desserts accurately, easily, and affordably.
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Making a Nutrition Facts Panel For Your Desserts
Using an online nutritional analysis software, you can create FDA-approved nutrition facts labels for your desserts—from apple pie to zucchini cake—in just a few minutes. With LabelCalc’s user-friendly software, here’s all you need to do:
Sign in to your password-protected account.
Enter the recipe and serving size for your dessert product. Your nutrition facts panel will be instantly generated.
Adjust ingredients, modify allergen statements, and choose a layout that suits your packaging, regardless of size.
Download and print your FDA-compliant nutrition facts panel.
Bakers, confectioners, chocolatiers, and pastry chefs constantly tweak their products to come up with new flavor combinations, experiment with food trends, and respond to consumers’ desires. That’s why we’ve included a handy duplicate function that allows you to create a copy of an original recipe (i.e. dark chocolate truffles) and modify it (i.e. dark chocolate hazelnut truffles) without re-entering the entire recipe.
Try combining new flavors, creating low-calorie or low-fat versions of your decadent desserts, or swapping refined sugar for natural sweeteners like honey or maple syrup. This tool is especially handy for creating a line of similar dessert products with slight variations that will need different nutrition facts panels and allergen statements, like a line of cheesecakes featuring different fruit fillings.