Galley supports nutritional values and dietary flags for both ingredients and vendor items. Check out these articles to learn how to assign nutrition values to an ingredient or vendor item and how to apply dietary flags to an ingredient or vendor item.

Once nutritional and dietary flag information is added to an ingredient or vendor item, it's important to understand the relationship of how this information flows into a recipe and nutrition label. Below is an explanation of the relationship between nutrition values and dietary flags for ingredients and vendor items when flowing into recipes and nutritional labels.

Nutritional Values

When both ingredient and vendor item nutritional values exist, the primary vendor item nutritional values take priority over the ingredient values and flow into the recipe and nutrition label.

If vendor item nutritional values are applied, this will be highlighted in the ingredient's Nutrition tab

Dietary Flags

When both ingredient and vendor item dietary flags exist, the combination of ingredient and primary vendor item dietary flags will be used for that location. You can easily distinguish between the ingredient and vendor item dietary flags on the ingredient page by hovering over the dietary flag indicator.

When viewing a recipe, the set ingredient and vendor item dietary flags will appear. In the event both the ingredient and vendor item contain the same exact dietary flag (e.g. wheat), the dietary flags will be combined to display a single dietary flag.

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