Nutritionally Analyse your Menus, Jun 22

Nutritionally analyse menus to ensure the success of your business!

  • Starts 28 Jun
  • Online via Zoom

Course Description

With more people concious about the health of their food, it's essential that food businesses can offer accurate information in a clear and accessible way in order to compete. Working with food businesses over the years we have seen a gap in knowledge of how to nutritionally analyse meals and produce legally compliant labels. This course has been written as a repsonse to that need and guides learners through these specific elements of setting up a successful food business. With legally compliant and accurate labels, food businesses can maximise their business potential by widening their customer base. By the end of the course, you'll be able to: Understand the healthy eating guidelines and how these fit with the traffic light labels Understand and practice how to nutritionally analyse menus and determine their traffic light label value Demonstrate ways to make recipes healthier Demonstrate legally compliant labels for your product Please note, this course is only free to London residents. If you live outside London, please contact georgia@gcda.org.uk

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Contact Details

02082694895

georgia@gcda.org.uk

Greenwich Co-operative Development Agency (GCDA), Norman Road, London, UK

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