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Nutrition Panel Calculator

We are aware of issues relating to our free nutrition panel calculator and we're working on a new version that will address these issues.The new system is expected to take some time to develop. In the meantime we will continue to monitor the NPC and will work to quickly restore the calculator when issues are identified. We appreciate your patience while the new system is being developed.

NOTE: Some newer browsers may block access to the NPC. If your browser shows a warning symbol indicating the site is being blocked (for example a little shield with a red box and cross in it (Chrome, Internet Explorer) or the shield and exclamation mark (Firefox), click the symbol and choose "Load unsafe scripts" or “disable protection for now”). This issue is due to an upgrade of our security requirements. Please note that browsers such as Internet Explorer, Chrome or Firefox are the best options for using the NPC. If you are still experiencing issues please contact the NPC team for further assistance.

 

 

 

FSANZ’s Nutrition Pa​nel Calculator (NPC) helps food manufacturers calculate the average nutrient content of their food products and prepare a nutrition information panel.

Standard 1.2.8 - Nutrition Info​rmation Requirements of the Food Standards Code sets out the legal requirements for providing nutrition information panels and other nutrition information for food.

 

NP​C database 2011 files

The NPC database 2011 files—provided in Microsoft™ Excel format – are for people who wish to import the food and nutrient information directly into their own software, rather than use the calculator.

We will ask you to provide some basic details when accessing the NPC database files so that we can let you know about future updates and tailor future releases to best meet your needs, and to maintain some basic statistics about how our food composition products are being used.

NPC database 2011 files​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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