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Food to Facts

45 Twelve Oaks Drive

Aurora, ON

L4G 6J5

Canada


Services

Food to Facts offers a variety of services related to nutrition analysis, food labelling, regulatory affairs and menu planning. The information we provide is always compliant with government labelling regulations (Health Canada, FDA or state/provincial regulations as applicable). Please contact us for our fee schedule and to discuss your specific project requirements.

Restaurants

Food Manufacturers

Caterers

Culinary Professionals


Restaurants

Join the trend of providing nutrition information to your customers to help them make appropriate choices. Nutrition information can be posted on your menu, website or in other promotional materials. Some U.S. cities have implemented menu labelling laws. Specialty “healthier option” menu choices can increase the marketability of your restaurant to health conscious Pastaconsumers.    

  • Nutrient analysis – calories, fat, saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, sodium, carbohydrate, fibre, sugars, protein
  • Nutrient breakdown for full entrées or sub-components of entrées
  • Recipe modification to improve nutritional profile or create healthier alternatives  
  • Create “healthier options” or “lighter” specialty menus
  • Assessment of menu items for applicable nutrition or health claims
  • Allergen identification – identify the presence of top allergens in your menu items


Food Manufacturers

We can develop compliant Nutrition Facts tables for Canadian or U.S packaging, help you achieve nutrition targets and provide regulatory guidance.

  • Nutrient analysis – calories + 13 standard nutrients
  • Expanded nutrient analysis – unsaturated fats, omega 3&6, soluble & insoluble fibre, additional vitamins and minerals
  • Nutrition Facts tables for Canada or U.S. – appropriate size and format for your packaging
  • Applicable nutrient content claims and health claims
  • Formula modification to reach target nutritional profile or target nutrition claims
  • Ingredient and allergen statements
  • Regulatory packaging review


Caterers

Food caterers can benefit from the nutritional analysis of menu items to develop healthier menu alternatives or modify recipes to achieve nutrition targets. School caterers may need to meet specific nutrition guidelines set out by their province, state or school board.

  • School nutrition guidelines –  menu assessment and planning to meet nutrition criteria
  • Nutrient analysis – calories, fat, saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, sodium, carbohydrate, fibre, sugars, protein
  • Recipe modification to create healthier alternatives or achieve nutrition targets
  • Allergen identification – determine the top allergens present in your menu items


Culinary Professionals

In addition to creating great-tasting foods, chefs, bakers, cookbook authors, cooking teachers, and recipe developers are often asked to provide the nutritional information for their recipes. Nutrition information enhances the marketability of cookbooks or recipes to health conscious consumers. Analyzing your recipes can help you to develop healthier alternatives.

  • Nutrient analysis – calories, fat, saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, sodium, carbohydrates, fibre, sugars, protein
  • Recipe modification to create healthier alternatives  
  • Assessment of menu items for applicable nutrition or health claims
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