Services for Magazines, Blogs, & Websites
Nutrition Profiles can provide nutrition information for recipes published in advertorials, stories, columns, promotional pamphlets, blogs, or on websites offering recipes for company products. Specific nutrition information for company products will be used for analysis.
Nutrition information may consist of calorie, fat, fiber and sodium content, dietary exchanges to be used in meal planning, and glycemic index and glycemic load values. The data base can provide up to 44 nutrients, depending on client interest.
Examples of who uses Nutrition Profiles services:
- Recipe developers have used Nutrition Profiles to provide nutrition information for recipes on sites of Simply Potatoes, Old Home, Crystal Farms, and Merisant’s Sweet Simplicity.
- Since 1998, when it started as Cooking Pleasures Magazine, Cooking Club of America Magazine (now in print and online as cookingclub.com) has included nutrition information for each of its recipes to inform cooks and other readers.
- Real Food, a magazine for upscale grocery retailers in the USA, has included nutrition information since 2007 to respond to consumer interest in what’s in the food they eat.
- GNP Company provides nutrition information for the recipes it has developed for various product lines such as Just BARE® and Gold'n Plump®. These recipes appear in blogs, newsletters, and on the GNP website.
- Nick Jr. of MTV/Viacom International Inc. started offering nutrition information for its recipes in 2008. They designed a Nutrition Information screen for each recipe which displays calories, total fat, saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, sodium, total carbohydrate, sugars, dietary fiber and protein to inform parents about the nutrition contributed per portion.