While most restaurant owners know and agree that offering full nutritional information as a part of their menu is a good thing, many are quick to point out multiple road blocks on the road to full disclosure.  While these objections may have held some
validity in the past, truth is they just don’t hold their weight any
longer.  If you’re still weary of taking
the leap into nutritional information menu labeling, this post is just for you.  Come along as we debunk the 3 most popular
menu labeling myths.  

 

Myth #1:  Preparing full nutrition analysis and menu labeling will consume hours and hours of my time and payroll.

 

            When you choose MenuTrinfo to provide your nutritional information and menu labeling, you won’t be spending hours in front of your computer performing tedious data entry or
wasting valuable hours babysitting a nutritionist in your kitchen.  At MenuTrinfo, we know your time is valuable,
and do everything we can to take as little of it as possible.  The MenuTrinfo process is so easy, all you do
is provide your recipes (which  and
serving sizes to our trained team of nutritionists and database experts, and we
provide everything else.  Whether you are
looking to add information to signage, menus, or provide a comprehensive in
depth resource including reverse ingredient look up for every item you offer,
we are here to serve you.

 

Myth #2:  There is no way to be prepared for every allergy, special dietary need, and food sensitivity.  There’s just too many to keep track!

           

MenuTrinfo is the only menu labeling service which offers the reverse ingredient look up feature.  By using this tool you can provide your customers 100% assurance of which menu items match their needs in just seconds.  With MenuTrinfo nutrition labeling, your
restaurant is prepared to serve the evolving needs and concerns of any allergy
or dietary need.

 

Myth #3:  Nutrition analysis and menu labeling is far too costly for my budget.

 

            At MenuTrinfo we approach menu labeling and nutrition analysis differently than our competitors.  Due to our specialized
system for nutrition analysis and menu labeling, we are simply able to do it
faster, better, smarter...and at significantly less expense than our
competitors.  Plus we offer something
else, customization to serve your unique needs, no matter how big or small,
best serving your needs is our number one priority.

 

Would you like to learn more about how MenuTrinfo can work with your business to provide menu labeling and nutritional information to your customers?  We’d love to talk you about
it.  Call us today at 1.866.767.MENU
(6368) and we’ll get to work, creating a customized plan which will best suit
your business!

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