Make Your Own Food Nutrition Facts Labels!

Create here food nutrition facts labels for print. Just input your nutritional data and click on the button at the bottom of the page.

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For more information about this labeling tool and about nutrition facts panels in general, click here. You can also find here more information on the ingredient and allergen labeling.

Update 01-17-2014: The title of the nutrition facts label is now in 300 ppi, allowing you to print and save a high resolution label. See the blog for more information.

Food Nutrition Facts Label Creator

Format

Long format
Short format

Serving size

Serving size quantity (example: about 1/2):
Serving size unit (example: cup):
Serving size in gram, mL or mg
(if serving size unit is not g, mL or mg):
Display the number of servings per container
Servings per container: (can be left empty if not displayed)

Nutrient values

Calories:
Total fat (g):
Saturated fat (g):
Trans fat (g):
Cholesterol (mg):
Sodium (mg):
Total carbohydrate (g):
Dietary fiber (g):
Sugars (g):
Protein (g):

Voluntary components:


Include voluntary components (mono-, polyunsaturated fat, potassium, sugar alcohol)

Vitamins and minerals:


Vitamins and minerals are displayed in percent. Select if you want to input the actual quantity or directly the value in percent:

Actual value
Percent

Vitamin A (IU):
Vitamin C (mg):
Calcium (mg):
Iron (mg):

Optional vitamins and minerals:


Include optional vitamins or minerals

Ingredient list:


Include an ingredient list

Allergen list:


Include a list of allergen

Name and address:


Include the name and address of the manufacturer, packer or distributor

Note: The daily values are calculated for the general population and are not adapted to label products meant for children younger than 4 years old, infants, pregnant or lactating women.


Frequently asked questions


To create compliant labels, can I use your software or do I need to have my products analyzed by a laboratory?
Click here for a discussion of when calculation is appropriate and when it is not and for tips on how to create compliant food labels with Shop'NCook Pro software.


How can I save the food panel?
See the blog for a discussion on how to save and use the created nutrition facts panels.


Why did the tool changed the values I entered?
The nutrition labeling tool applies the rounding guidelines of the FDA. For more information, see the code of federal regulation on nutrition labeling of food, section 101.9.


Troubleshooting: If you keep receiving the message that the format for the vitamin A is bad, it is due to a display problem that can occur if you have used your browser back button. To fix it, you just need to switch once between the "actual value" and "percent" and back.


Disappointed with the result? The display of the food nutrition facts label works best with a recent version of Google Chrome or Safari browsers.


To report problems or make suggestions, use our online form.

DISCLAIMER: This tool is made available in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

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