12 Blog Posts with Tag: "Database Nutrition Analysis"

New FDA Fiber Definition

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Fiber has always been one of the required elements for the nutrition label, but the FDA never specifically defined what they meant by it. Total fiber was just that—the sum of all the fiber, soluble and insoluble, in a product. That's changed with the new labeling guidelines, and they've issued a definition, or at least they've started to. Here's where things stand now.


Improved Ingredient Search

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One of the main interactions in ReciPal's nutrition label maker is creating a recipe, which means searching for ingredients and adding them as part of your recipe. Part of that is the autocomplete feature helping you out as you type, and part of that is the actual search when you hit the "Search" button.





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