Axxya Systems launches food labelling software Nutritionist Pro NexGen

13 January 2015 (Last Updated January 13th, 2015 18:30)

Axxya Systems has launched Nutritionist Pro NexGen Nutrition food labelling and recipe analysis cloud application for the US, Canada, Europe and Hong Kong.

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Axxya Systems has launched Nutritionist Pro NexGen Nutrition food labelling and recipe analysis cloud application for the US, Canada, Europe and Hong Kong.

The new Nutritionist Pro NexGen is capable of creating food labels for various package sizes in English, French, Spanish and Chinese, as well as comparing products against the country's set nutrient content claims, such as fat-free, low saturated fat and many others.

By using this cloud application, users can also tag allergens, while editing, resizing, colouring or manipulating labels to prepare them for the final package.

"After thorough research, feedback from our loyal clients and gauging the direction and future of technology, we developed a premium tool, which is sure to benefit our existing clients, as well as new clients globally."

Axxya claims that Nutritionist Pro NexGen can also analyse the nutrient profile of a recipe/formula, build unlimited recipes and see nutrient breakdown and cost per portion.

Nutritionist Pro NexGen can be further upgraded with new features, as it is under continuous development.

Axxya Systems CEO Shazia Nathoo said: "After thorough research, feedback from our loyal clients and gauging the direction and future of technology, we developed a premium tool, which is sure to benefit our existing clients, as well as new clients globally.

"Comparable software and applications in the market today cost an exorbitant amount for licensing.

"It's time we created an affordable premium tool for restaurants, food manufacturers and consultants that can be quickly implemented to new and existing foods, has a low training requirement and actually helps refocus the client's savings to use for their growth."


Image: The new Nutritionist Pro NexGen is capable of creating food labels for various package sizes in English, French, Spanish and Chinese. Photo: courtesy of Axxya Systems / PRNewswire.