Nutritional analysis of recipes:
Support from registered dietitian trained in recipe analysis can increase your confidence in the accuracy and quality of the information that is being provided.
I can provide a nutritional breakdown of recipes for use in PR, publications, and on websites. In addition, I can provide recipe analysis for food manufacturers and caterers.
I provide the following services:
- Nutritional analysis of recipes and products, using nutritional analysis software
- choice of nutrients to be included in the profile, including ‘traffic light’ information
- Recommendations on how recipes could be adapted to improve the nutritional profile
- Nutrient content complying with food labelling regulations, per 100g, per portion and as a percentage of Reference Intakes
- Front of pack nutrition information
Nutritional services for schools:
- Provide support on how to implement the School Food Standards (SFS) including advice for preparing varied and tasty menus and a checklist for school lunches.
- Checking product specifications against the Government School Buying Standards to ensure menus meet the SFS and/or Food for Life accreditation.
- Working with schools to develop a Whole School Food Approach, evaluating all areas of school food provision across the entire school day.
- Accurately analyse costs, nutrients & allergens in your dishes using recipe analysis and menu management software
Catering for food allergies/intolerances
- Develop medical diet menus for children who have a medically diagnosed allergy/intolerance to the top 14 allergens
- Support you implement a procedure for providing a medical diet at your school
- Providing training to catering staff on allergen management to significantly reduce the risks of cross-contamination.
Type I diabetes
- Produce carbohydrate content of the meals on your menu
- Provide training for catering staff
I can provide a service analysing food diaries using nutritional analysis software. Nutrient intakes can be compared against Dietary Reference Values for different population groups.