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Goodnature Now Offers Nutritional Analysis and Labeling for Cold-Pressed Juice

Nutrition Labels for Cold Pressed Juice

Goodnature Now Offers Nutritional Analysis and Labeling for Cold-Pressed Juice

A constant struggle for small juice businesses is having their recipes analyzed so they can properly label their juice with nutritional content. The FDA and other government entities require that all packaged foods contain nutritional labeling. Goodnature now offers full nutritional analysis and label creation as a service.

With our easy to use web form, you can submit your recipes and our consultant will have the nutritional content analyzed and send you completed labels for printing. The cost is $200 / per recipe.

Features:

  1. Easy to use web form
  2. 5 day turn around
  3. Labels can be specified to comply to US, Canada, EU, or Mexico labeling requirements
  4. Low cost – $200 per recipe

Go to the web form

 

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I’ve been around juicing all my life. My Dad built his first hydraulic juice press in 1976 and founded the company Goodnature Products, Inc. I have incredible memories of having “cider parties” when we would invite all the people in our rural neighborhood over to make apple juice. To this day, when I taste apple juice made on a Goodnature press, a rush of nostalgia runs through my body.

I pride myself on guiding our clients into the world of cold-pressed juice and showing them how much fun this industry can be. I love talking business, technology, and marketing.

22 Responses

  1. Why is this so much? You can do online for free?

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    1. Lynne, the free solutions aren’t official databases and aren’t meant for commercial use. Also, the databases are usually missing the required info for juice.

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  2. Hi!

    Very cool! Do you do an actual lab test of the pressed ingredients or do you estimate the nutritional info using calculations?

    Best, david

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    1. We have purchased access to an approved nutritional database which has the nutritional information. We then use software to generate the correct format of nutritional label. We can also run lab tests by request, however this is more expensive.

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  3. This is a good option, however does this mean every juice has to have the same exact amount of specific produce for the label to be accurate?

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    1. Hi JJ, Yes, if you decide to change a recipe than the label would no longer be accurate.

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      1. Definetly worth $200. Thank you!

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  4. A few questions:

    Can this be done under an NDA? We consider our recipes to be proprietary.

    What format or formats are available? Can you provide all three?

    Will these labels be based on the new standard or the old standard for testing. I understand labels done under the old standard will need to be replaced at the end of 2018.

    Can you provide an extended nutritional analysis for this price or is it just the information required under the FDA standard?

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    1. Jack, we keep all information confidential and can work under an NDA. I will have our consultant follow up directly regarding that and other questions. Thank you!

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  5. I wish to have a good quality label and a comprehensive juice information from you
    Thanks
    Idango tams

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  6. Discount on more than 5-10 recipes? 🙂

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    1. If you have more than 10 recipes, you can contact us directly to discuss pricing. Thanks juice chick!

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  7. Can you provide nutritional analysis based on ounces of cold pressed fruit/veg juice used per recipe, or do you need to calculate based on weight of the fruits/veg being juiced?

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    1. Naka, yes we can work that out. I will have Ari reach out to you directly. Thanks!

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  8. Charlie, have you compared the nutritonal analysis to lab tested data on nutrient content. I recall the nutrient shelf life study did not show any iron content in the juice. Did the lab tests show the expected amounts of vitamin A/C?

    Doug

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    1. Doug, that’s a good question, and no, we have not compared the analysis to actual lab tested data. I do think that the tests would probably be slightly different, as produce can vary a lot depending on ripeness, seasonality, etc. The database and software we use is certified to use for labeling purposes, but having lab tests done would be more accurate. The only drawbacks for lab tests are that they are time consuming and expensive.

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  9. Do you have a special database for cold-pressed juice or it’s just the database of a software that just includes juice which it’s not cold-pressed (Recipal, Nutritionist Pro, ESHA’s Genesis R&D LAbeling software…)?
    Thanks!

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    1. Yes we use ESHA’s Genesis. I am not aware of any FDA approved databases that specify if the juice is cold-pressed or not.

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  10. Hello! It is great to see that you offer full nutritional analysis AND label creation as a service. As far as label creation goes, does that include the whole label design on the bottle? Will there be an artist/graphic designer sending samples of work and we send back feedback as to which label design we like best?

    Also, I am considering purchasing bottles from your company. If i purchased the Full nutritional analysis and label creation…does GOODNATURE also offer placing labels on bottles before shipping it out to me? If so, what is the pricing on that?

    Thanks!

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    1. Hi Melissa, we send you the nutritional labels in the format that the health department requires, in a digital format (just the nutritional label, it doesn’t include any other graphics or designs). you can have your designer add it to your other graphics / labels, or you can just print them as is. Unfortunately we don’t offer label placement on bottles. thank you

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  11. If I wanted to utilize your main recipes from the blog including the milk and power shots, is there a cost associated to get the nutritional value?
    thanks

    Luis

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    1. Hello Luis, yes it would have to be processed through our consulting page, with your specific format and serving sizes.

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