Food manufacturers can quickly and easily create a nutrition label using the LabelCalc nutrition facts label maker—now with a virtual assistant. Assisted Virtual Analysis (AVA) guides users through the process of creating FDA-compliant nutrition labels. The in-app, live-learning avatar helps food manufacturers navigate FDA compliance for a budget-friendly cost. They no longer need to spend money on costly consulting services.
Food manufacturers enjoy the following benefits when they use the nutrition facts label maker equipped with AVA:
Instant nutrition analysis
Latest 2020 nutrition panel formats
Easy recipe entry
Detailed nutrition reporting
The FDA nutrition label template gives users a starting point, and AVA provides guidance as they create nutrition labels. SKEPTIK, an error-flagging feature, works alongside AVA to alert the user when the nutrition information entered is inaccurate or a data entry error is made.
FoodCalc, the company that designed LabelCalc, now offers free account set-up. Users can import their existing nutrition data into LabelCalc from another nutrition analysis and labeling platform. All users need to do is select the plan that meets their business needs and LabelCalc will execute the data import free of charge.
“We use data about pain points to determine the unmet needs of those in the food industry. AVA arose from the traditional way of creating nutrition fact labels, which is time-consuming and vulnerable to costly errors. AVA protects food manufacturers from making these damaging mistakes and allows them to become more efficient with their time,” said Lucy Logan, Founder and CEO of FoodCALC.
LabelCalcⓇ is one of FoodCALC LLC's two nutrition analysis products created to help meet the needs of the food industry. FoodCALC is a nationally recognized provider of fast, accurate and FDA-compliant online nutrition analysis solutions. The company is the preferred vendor of leading organizations and service providers. The FoodCALC team is comprised of expert food industry consultants and registered dietitians who create solutions that make nutrition analysis simpler and more cost-effective for food producers.