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We calculate nutritional information for you from your product recipes.

We also provide software to enable you to calculate your nutritional information from your recipe ingredients.

Why Choose Us

Credible Heritage

Nutritional Information Solutions are a commercial division of the Quadram Institute Bioscience who have worked with food producers across the world for over 40 years. Through our Food Databanks division we have also maintained the food composition datasets for the Government. This database is the database legally endorsed for use in calculating accurate nutritional information. We also have access via EuroFIR (a European organisation started by Paul Finglas who heads up Nutritional Information Solutions) to a further 28 databases across the world.

In addition we have access to our own proprietary manufacturers ingredients database. You can therefore be sure if we don’t have your ingredient nutrition data we know where to find it and you will receive accurate nutrition information to meet compliant food labelling requirements.

Inexpensive solutions

Typically, laboratory analysis can cost hundreds of pounds and the accuracy of the information is often not more accurate than calculation software. Our we do it for you service charge per recipe calculation starts from £25, less than 1/5 of the cost of laboratory analysis. We can calculate the vast majority of recipes although we do not recommend calculation software for fried food. We support you through the process, explain your results and provide helpful advice on food label layout and even vitamin and nutrition information in most cases. We can provide you with traffic light labels as well as back of pack.

Alternatively, try our self calculation service from only £19 per month. We have designed this system in consultation with Nutritics.com. They operate nutrition labelling software in over 120 countries. Their clients include blue chip customers such as:

self calculation software clients

 

Food Label Nutritional Information