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Specializing in food, hospitality, restaurants and lifestyle brands, Savor PR is a full-service, woman-owned and operated public relations agency based in Washington, D.C. Combining local industry knowledge with deep national relationships, Savor has experience working with both national brands and local businesses: From Wolfgang Puck and Kimpton to Michael Schlow and Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken, we apply an entrepreneurial spirit and roll-up-your-sleeves attitude to all of our partnerships. 


Perfect for the do-it-yourself type, nutritional databases allow you to enter a particular ingredient and serving size to find out specific nutrition facts. They can host information on thousands of foods and ingredients and be searchable by food item, group, or description. They may even contain a complete analysis of common ingredients. One downside is that some items are unable to be analyzed.


The benefit of food testing labs is they can calculate accurate nutrition facts using their extensive database and food science technology. Their resources allow them to provide information based on the nutrition facts of each ingredient and the percentage used in your recipe. If your product is fried, coated, or salted, you’ll more than likely need to get your nutritional information determined by a lab due to the product’s complexity. Since food testing labs must follow strict procedures set by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the process can be time consuming and expensive.


Once you have the information you need, the next step is to design and print the food label. Using Taste as an experienced food label company can help you in the process. If hiring a label designer isn’t in your budget, you can always do it yourself. Our sister company, Avery Labels, has a nutrition label generator where you can input your information and choose from three different layouts: vertical basic, vertical detailed, or horizontal.