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What is Foodworks?
FoodWorks is an Australian software for nutrient analysis. FoodWorks is used in a range of settings, including some of Australia’s food companies, and in most schools, universities, and hospitals. Users include dietitians, nutritionists, food technologists, nutrition educators, nutrition researchers, sports professionals, recipe authors, and home economists. FoodWorks is available in three editions: FoodWorks Professional, FoodWorks Nutrition Labeling, and FoodWorks Premium. FoodWorks 7 Pro has new food composition data, which includes commercial food products and new food descriptions. FoodWorks 7 Premium also combines the features of FoodWorks Pro, and FoodWorks NL into one convenient package.
FoodWorks 7 NL has more label options, including: Country of origin statements, including ‘Made in’, ‘Packaged in’, and ‘Grown in’ statements. It has date marketing, including ‘Use By’ and ‘Best Before’ statements. It also has a shelf life, secondary shelf life, and net weight. System requirements include Windows XP (SP3), Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003 or later. To use FoodWorks on an Apple Mac, the user needs to install virtualization software, such as Parallels, that lets his computer run Windows and Windows applications.
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File types supported by Foodworks
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Last updated: : March 7, 2014