For nutritional information, it is important that you activate the “Raw materials” function in the first tab of the article master data. If the “yes” has no checkmark next to it, no nutritional values can be entered. There is the possibility that an item for sale can also be a raw ingredient. For example, this is the case with Coke, Fanta, etc. The 0.5 l bottles are delivered and also sold to the customer in this instance. This means that the item being sold can also be the raw material and you can enter the nutritional information for the item. If we assume a raw ingredient such as cheese, which can be used for all possible recipes of a pizza, a burger, etc., we must pay very close attention to the nutritional values specified here.
First, enter the weight or the content of your article. If we stick to our example from Beck’s, our item would be 1 bottle and the information to be entered here would be 500. You can then enter the nutritional information for the item per 100 g. This is followed by the automatic filling in of the information for the complete item.
Furthermore, you can also select your previously defined allergens, additives and ingredients .
If a recipe has been saved for an item that contains this ingredient, all the information entered here is scaled down by the individual ingredients of the recipe.