MENU Module Features
  • Show the nutritional value of menus. MENU Module provides a nutritional analysis for all foods and menus entered into the system. The software analyzes menus for compliance with federal requirements for calories, fats, carbohydrates, protein, sugars and sodium.  No more time spent collecting nutritional information!
  • Manage food component offerings.  MENU Module provides a simple “pass/fail, green for go, red for stop” indicator for daily and weekly menus, in regards to the food components offered.  This pass/fail rating can be viewed before actually serving the items to make appropriate adjustments.  This is also used during an Administrative Review.
  • Automatically update any menu changes.  Are bananas on the menu but not in the kitchen?  Empower Site Managers to easily add the fruit on hand.  This easy change is visible, and is recorded at all levels of access.  
  • View complete and incomplete production records for every site.Out at a conference?  Remember, this can all be done from any location with wifi and a computer.
  • Reduce time spent for Administrative Reviews. TDA Compliance Monitors have specific reports indicating nutrient compliance.  

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