Automatically calculate your cost per plate, based upon the recipe created. Average out your cost per meal based upon predicted uptake, including the ability to summarise and report upon uptake and menu costs.
Using the recipes you create, and the menus you serve, Cypad links directly to the online payments systems you use to sell and receive meal bookings – reducing admin, increasing uptake and saving time and money.
With Nutritional Analysis, you can analyse your menus at site level, area level and holistically across your entire estate – giving you in-depth information at the click of a button.
Our experienced advisors are ready to help. They can answer any questions you may have, provide a quote for your organisation, or give a demonstration of our system. You can arrange to see us in person; we'll visit you and show you and your staff how it all works.
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