Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Ingredient labeling for food products

This September 2013, beCPG improved its labeling module making it more configurable.

If you encounter these issues when calculating the list of ingredients:

  • Your clients have specific labeling rules
  • You want to highlight some ingredients and mask other ones
  • You want to anticipate the INCO regulation

beCPG software can help you by automatically calculating the list of ingredients for your products.

beCPG allows multiple labeling formats set:





The module allows the addition of labeling rules to automatically rework the labeling of products, for example :
  • Formatting rules to display the percentages, to underline or highlight one or several ingredients
  • Aggregation of ingredients (I declare "cooking salt" and "table salt" as "salt")
  • Combining some ingredients (I combine the ingredients "water" and "milk powder" in some proportions and I declare them as "milk reconstituted")
  • I rename the ingredient "wheat flour" to "flour"
  • I declare the ingredient "pectin" as "gelling agent" or "thickening agent"
  • Combining products to declare them as a layer (I combine a "sauce" and "pistachio" and I declare them as a layer)
  • The ability to omit some ingredients according to their quantity (eg: water) and their properties (eg: processing aids)
  • Detail or Not detail some composite raw materials


In addition, manual rewrite of label is possible (partially or totally)
Finally, beCPG manages natively the creation of labels in multiple languages​​.



Below, you will find some links that explain food labeling:



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