What other benefits are there?
As well as potentially reducing the on-going cost of calorie labelling, better ingredient data management can help companies be compliant with regulation and law such as EU1169 and the incoming UK Food Information Amendment (also known as Natasha's Law) which comes into effect from October 2021 and will require food businesses to provide full ingredient lists and allergen labelling.
Not only that but using PIM as a central ingredient data management solution means you have consistent data across your company that can be relied upon, for example, when sending menu data to food delivery companies or the myriad on online options now available to consumers.
There are also many benefits around supply chain, menu customisation and adding new services that better data management can bring to hospitality.
If you’d like to discuss Product Information Management and how it can help you make calorie labelling more efficient and less costly, get in touch with Comma and we’ll gladly offer our insight from years of working with hospitality brands such as Mitchells & Butlers, Greene King and Whitbread.