What Are Food Service And Dietary Labels?
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Food service and dietary labels enhance food and patient safety. Health systems and hospitals use food service labels to mark prepackaged food, track food supplies, maintain quality, provide patients with appropriate nutrition and guard against issues with food allergies.
Common Food Service And Dietary Label Uses In Healthcare
Food service and dietary labels help hospital food service operations identify foods, define food expiration dates, communicate food allergies and other dietary needs and much more. They help the food service staff serve each patient’s nutritional requirements.
Food Service & Dietary Labels At United Ad Label
United Ad Label stocks hundreds of different food service labels that communicate the unique information necessary to manage a food service department as well as the dietary needs of patients. The bright colors and unique shapes are sure to get noticed by food service and clinical staff operations. Plus, if your application requires personalized information or a format different from the stock item, UAL offers custom label options. Our custom label designer tool allows you to design, proof, price and order custom labels online.
Types of Food Service And Dietary Labels:
Food Service Communication Labels
Food service communication labels highlight important messages to patients. They are effective to use on menus and other nutrition paperwork.
Food Allergy Labels
Food allergy labels communicate information on food allergies and other patient dietary needs. They help the clinical staff serve each patient’s nutritional requirements.
Food Prep And Inventory Labels
Food prep and inventory labels elevate safe food standards. They allow you to communicate expiration dates and better maintain quality control standards.
Nutrition labels highlight your patients dietary needs and restrictions. They make it quick and easy to ensure food gets delivered to the right patient.