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New Food Labeling Prep Tool Set to Hit Market in September

Here is good news for restaurants and cafeterias across the nation which are tired of handwriting prep labels. The same company which brought the Temp-Taker and the original Prep-Pal food rotation labeling solution, Innovative Technologies by Design, Inc. (ITD) is scheduled to release the 2.0 version of Prep-Pal this September. This new software/hardware package is a stand-alone solution to food labeling for prep and storage. Just like its predecessor, Prep-Pal 2.0 stores a kitchen's entire prep list with expiration information, as well as user IDs, locations, and categories.

The new features version 2.0 offers are a computer-based, re-designed interface, new label options, multiple-print ability, and the Custom Print feature. This feature allows the user to design special labels from scratch, with whatever information he or she chooses, such as "use first," "hot/cold," name or address, price, or even safe handling instructions.

Veteran Subway manager and Prep-Pal user Roseanne Adams of Melbourne, says of version 2.0, "I love that I can print all my labels in one click. It saves a lot of time. My favorite feature is the new Custom Print. I can easily make "use first" labels which the health department loves to see."
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