The ChangeA new option ‘May’ has been added as a state when inputting Intolerance Data. It is used in circumstances where something is not intentionally added to an ingredient/recipe, but may be present of other reasons such as cross contamination. In addition, the recipe intolerance calculation method has been enhanced to reduce the need to enter values for all recipe ingredients in order for the system to display populated intolerance values.
Release Date: 27-Aug-2015
Reason for the ChangeThis update has been made due to multiple requests from customers.
Customers AffectedThis option is available to all StarChef and StarChef Light customers.
Intolerance Data TabFollow the path: Ingredients > Find an Ingredient > Nutrition Tab > Intolerance Data > Click the Edit Button.
Fig 1 – 'May' Option on Intolerance Data Tab
- Select ‘May’ from the drop-down list and click the ‘Save’ button.
Fig 2 – Saved Intolerance Data
- Fig 2 above shows the saved Intolerance Data information with the new ‘May’ option.
Changes to Recipe Auto-CalculationIn response to customer feedback we will also change the calculation logic to allow intolerance values to be calculated as ‘Yes’ (except Dietary intolerances) even where other recipe ingredients have a state of ‘-’ (unknown) for the intolerance.
NOTE: Advanced auto-calculation functionality will continue to exclude deselected recipe ingredients as current behaviour.
The table below shows how the auto-calculation functionality has been updated to determine which option to display on a recipe’s intolerance data (except Dietary intolerances).
Table 1 – Auto-Calculation Logic
ReportingStarChef reports that report on Intolerance Data have also been updated to include the new “May” option.
Fig 3 – Standard Nutritional & Intolerance Data - Ingredient Report
- The report above, the Standard Nutritional & Intolerance Data - Ingredient Report (Fig 3), shows the “May” option using the examples above.