ESHA Issues Nutrition Database eBook

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ESHA's new eBook, 5 Steps for Selecting a Nutrition Database, provides an overview of what to look for when selecting a nutrition database.

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There are many Nutrition Database solutions on the market today, which can make it difficult to select the right one for your business. This eBook provides an overview of what to consider when comparing database solutions.

Leading nutrition analysis and labeling solutions provider, ESHA Research, has issued an eBook titled “5 Steps for Selecting a Nutrition Database.” The eBook provides an overview of what to look for when selecting a nutrition database for your business.

Topics covered include crowd-sourced data and why you should avoid it, food/ingredient variety and how to determine it, why nutrient profiles are important, quantity vs. quality, and assessing the company's reputation. The eBook presents the information in an easy-to-understand format that will appeal to a wide audience.

“There are many Nutrition Database solutions on the market today, which can make it difficult to select the right one for your business," stated Craig Bennett, CEO at ESHA Research. “This eBook provides an overview of what to consider when comparing database solutions.”

The eBook is available for download at http://www.esha.com/news-events/ebooks/ebook-5-steps-for-selecting-a-nutrition-database.

About ESHA Research
ESHA Research, founded in 1981, offers a variety of nutritional analysis and label development solutions to ensure regulatory compliance. Our software programs and databases have been used all over the world, by food manufacturers, educational facilities, restaurants, healthcare facilities, and other industry institutions for nutrient analysis, labeling, product development, and more. In addition, ESHA Research offers software and regulatory compliance consulting and label-generation services.

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