Canadian Nutrition Fact Labels On ReciPal

Posted on January 10, 2014 by

ReciPal now supports Canadian nutrition fact labels thanks to your support and feedback. We've had a number of customers ask for Canadian friendly nutrition labels and we just couldn't deprive them anymore.

Canadian Nutrition Label In Action

If you don't have an account, you can still check it out yourself with our sample nutrition label. To see the Canadian format, click on the Label Style button on the left hand side and click the check box for 'Canadian bilingual label'. You'll see the label transform from the FDA vertical label style to the analogous Canadian style. Below is a side by side comparison of the two formats:


US and Canadian Nutrition Fact Labels Side By Side

The US and Canadian label formats side-by-side

The two label styles are fairly similar, but there are some key differences for the Canadian label:

More To Come

For now we're just offering the standard vertical format (Edit (August 2, 2014): supporting the linear format as well) for the Canadian label, as it's the most common label style that our customers use. You can also add the French version of the ingredient list from the Ingredient List page of the recipe. We'll work on adding the other Canadian label formats as well, so let us know which ones are most urgent in the comments below.

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