Comparison of FoodWorks® Editions

This table compares major features of the editions of FoodWorks 8.

Professional Nutrition Labelling Premium
General
Create FoodWorks databases suitable for nutrition labelling and new product development   Tick Tick
Create FoodWorks databases suitable for dietary analysis and meal planning Tick   Tick
Nutrition labelling and new product development
Enter raw materials, sub-recipes and recipes for nutrition labelling and new product development   Tick Tick

Generate nutrition labels that comply with the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code including:

  • Nutrition Information Panels
  • Ingredient statements
  • Allergen declarations
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Publish labelling information to Microsoft Access or tab-delimited file for integration with other systems and detailed reports   Tick Tick
Print labels via label-printing software or direct to label printer   Tick Tick
Dietary analysis
Enter diets, menus, meal plans, recipes and foods Tick   Tick
Analyse using food groups Tick   Tick
View/compare nutrient analyses to Nutrient Reference Values Tick   Tick
Compare nutrient analyses to user-defined goals Tick   Tick
Other features
Advanced navigation features, including showing automatically where an item is used and the ability to drill-down into the contents of diets and recipes Tick Tick Tick
Query View for searching all the food data, including ranking results by nutrient Tick Tick Tick
Publish using Microsoft Word Tick Tick Tick
Publish your own food composition data for use by other FoodWorks users Tick Tick Tick
Export FoodWorks data to Microsoft Access Tick Tick Tick
Import diaries from iPhone app Easy Diet Diary Tick   Tick
Import from other FoodWorks databases Tick Tick Tick
Available nutrients and food components
Nutrients for food labelling and new product development   Tick Tick
Nutrients for dietary analysis and meal planning Tick   Tick
Novel nutrients and components for research use Tick   Tick
Allergens   Tick Tick
Warning and advisory statements (e.g. bee pollen)   Tick Tick