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Label printing made easy


Label printing presents a variety of challenges that can come from accuracy of the label to the speed and convenience of the action. That’s why EGS CALCMENU found a solution to make an otherwise tedious and complicated kitchen task a little more manageable. Introducing the newest addition to EGS CALCMENU’s roster of innovation, Food Label Assistant. A free downloadable app available for all Windows 10 formats (PC, Laptop, Tablet) to… Well… Assist you in any number of foodservice label printing tasks.

We know what you’re thinking “It’s just food labels, how hard could it be?” Well, we don’t doubt your label making prowess but can you ensure your customer’s safety with the multitude of ingredients, nutrients, and most importantly, allergens packed up on the food product you are selling?

EGS CALCMENU knows the importance of these oftentimes neglected information. Food Label Assistant helps foodservice professionals design and print complete food composition data. Linked to CALCMENU, the Food Label Assistant App allows you to view any food item and its food composition, choose another item or more, and print them all in one go.

And it doesn’t stop there, Food label Assistant features multiple food label layouts that fit your preferences and accord to local and international food laws. Print food labels to your preferred language, make it easier for your customers to see how much value your product presents to them in their own language and in an easily comprehensible format.


Offline and online operations at your grasp

“Will it use the internet?” Yes, initially, when you first log in using your CALCMENU credentials. Food Label Assistant will then automatically sync all food composition information and category with your device and you are ready to print.

The app also uses an advanced printer mapping system that helps it identify available label printers in the office. Food Label Assistant prides itself by being compatible with major label printers, but for best results use Zebra Printer GX420T and CAB EOS 01.

The features previewed are but a few capabilities Food Label Assistant can provide for you. EGS CALCMENU will never stop innovating concepts and applications for your convenience.


Smart Apps for Smarter Customers
Health conscious consumers are growing rapidly and these types of consumers love to be informed. Keeping them well-informed means you are building trust between you and your customers, ensuring their loyalty through your products.

Convinced? Know more about EGS CALCMENU Food Label Assistant, contact us at info@eg-software.com for more details. Features that make work easier await you, so don’t miss out.


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