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New grab-and-go labeling solutions boost efficiency

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Until recently, food service operators could only dream of a technology that enabled kitchen managers and staff to seamlessly build and manage recipes and menu data, date code compliance labeling and custom grab-and-go labels within a unified system across a multi-unit organization—with the added ability to print food labels on-demand using the terminal of their choice.

This advancement in kitchen automation is now a reality with a new partnership between DayMark® Safety Systems and Nutritics.

DayMark, a global food service industry pioneer in date code compliance and food safety labeling technology, and Nutritics, champion of software design and usability for the food service industry, have joined forces to launch the advanced cloud-based Menu Management program, powered by Nutritics Insight. The software solution ensures operators can efficiently oversee recipe development and operating procedures, nutritional and allergen data, menu cost analysis and food safety labeling requirements via a single online portal.

Nutritics’ Chief Operating Officer and Global Head of Foodservice Stephen Nolan says, “We are exceptionally excited to partner with DayMark. Our collaboration has created a new standard in recipe management and food labeling that will deliver real value to food service operators within the restaurant, convenience store, education and hospitality space.

“DayMark and Nutritics have a shared vision to elevate our customers’ experience with kitchen automation and, together, bring this innovative solution to foodservice operators across North America,” adds DayMark President Jeff Palmer.

DayMark’s proprietary Menu Management platform, powered by Nutritics Insight, is the most comprehensive recipe management and nutrition labeling software system on the market. The Nutritics Insight solution is provided to thousands of forward thinking food service customers around the world, including Aramark, Starbucks, TGI Fridays and Radisson Hotels.

Recent product enhancements include a digital menu viewer, which filters unsuitable menu choices based on customer dietary preferences (e.g. gluten free) and a health claim information module, which alerts clients to potential health claims that can be made on a recipe (e.g. high in folic acid).

To see a live demonstration of Nutritics Insight, available only from DayMark Safety Systems to companies in North America, visit Booth 812 at the National Restaurant Association Show.

This post is sponsored by DayMark Safety Systems

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