nutraCoster Professional 3.0: SweetWARE

SweetWARE celebrates the nutraCoster 25-year anniversary with the announcement of the general release of nutraCoster Professional 3.0, the next generation of our cost-effective recipe nutrition labeling, nutrition analysis and recipe costing software for restaurants, bakeries and food manufacturers.

nutraCoster calculates complete nutrition for any serving size, and creates Nutrition Facts labels for the U.S., Canada and Mexico, including bilingual and multi-column labels. It creates U.S. 2016-style and 1994-style labels, Canada 2016-style and 2007-style labels and current Mexico labels.

nutraCoster accounts for nutrient changes during processing, such as water loss during baking, fat gain during frying, etc. It also calculates calories for restaurant menu labeling, and creates a regulation-compliant nutrition grid for restaurants to meet the additional nutrition information requirement.

nutraCoster calculates complete recipe cost for any size batch, including materials, packaging, labor and overhead costs for any recipe, menu item or entire menu. It will calculate gross margins and/or selling prices, and determine your gross profit.

For more information, visit www.sweetware.com.

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