Planglow Announce Latest Collaboration With Leading Food Data Experts Erudus.
If you work with a wholesaler and / or use branded food products in your to-go offering we’ve just made labelling your products a breeze. Thanks to food data specialist Erudus, you can now add nutritional data from thousands of branded items to your food labelling via our easy-to-use labelling app LabelLogic Live. That’s a whopping 42,000+ branded products from 800 manufacturers and 140 regional and national wholesalers right there at your fingertips. So if you favour Heinz for your chicken mayo, the full ingredient declaration and nutritional breakdown is only a click away.
This new feature is now available on our multi-award-winning labelling app LabelLogic Live: quick and simple-to-use software that allows users to create and print their own food labelling online using any internet-connected device and a standard office / home printer. LabelLogic Live ensures legally compliant labelling including the UK Food Information Amendment (also known as Natasha’s Law) which comes into effect on the 1st of October 2021.
Our national accounts director Neil Steadman explained why partnering with Erudus is such a gamechanger:
“With Erudus’ support we’ve been able to complement the existing capabilities of our own food labelling software to create an enhanced labelling solution for caterers using branded and / or wholesaler supplied products in their food to go items. Our ethoses are very similar and we are delighted to have partnered with a company whose trusted data expertise so ably supports our own”.
Erudus COO Jon Shayler commented:
“Planglow do great work, and I’m excited about the gains our mutual customers are going to enjoy as a result of their partnership with Erudus.
Planglow’s LabelLogic Live label printing is the crucial kind of solution that’s going to help Caterers adapt to the upcoming Natasha’s Law, and the forward thinking of integrating it with our Data Pool means Caterers can benefit from multiple efficiencies and benefits that will ultimately be passed on to their customers”.