Why is our system different?
Whilst developing the Nutmeg Recipe Analysis program we have spent a lot of time researching the needs of nutritionists and dietitians working with recipe analysis. This research and consultation has helped us to develop a highly intuitive and easy to use program which eliminates as much human error from the recipe analysis process as is possible and introduces a standard method of analysing recipes.
The Nutmeg Recipe Analysis program contains an ingredient database which consists of over 3,000 foods taken from the 6th summary edition of the McCance and Widdowson food composition data, as well as data from previous editions and supplements. The United States Department of Agriculture food tables are also accessible from the program which give users access to a further 6,000 foodstuffs. Further data from Brakes and 3663 is also available upon request and from major food manufacturers.
- Calculates weight and vitamin losses on cooking
- Estimates cooked weights of dry goods, e.g. pasta, rice, lentils
- AOAC to NSP fibre converter
- Ability to analyse recipes with multiple weight changes
- NME sugar data
- Export straight to all of the NMPTM menu planning programs
- Ability to flag your recipes for multiple dietary specifications
- Personal database to build up your own catalogue of manufactured products or favourites
- Ingredient database displayed by index or food group
The Nutmeg Recipe Analysis program
This program can be used as a stand alone analysis tool or built in to our web-based or networked program applications giving our users full control over their menu planning.
Although these key features of the Nutmeg Recipe Analysis program remove much of the potential human error in recipe analysis, Nutmeg recommends program users to seek the advice of a suitably experienced and qualified dietitian or nutritionist when approaching recipe analysis.
Nutmeg is also happy to analyse your recipes. Recipes are charged at £25 each with a discount for larger quantities. To find out more about the Nutmeg recipe analysis service contact Nutmeg at email@example.com