DT Research launches menu boards with FDA labeling

DT Research recently teamed up with Hilton Digital to launch its Digital Menu Board solution that complies with FDA nutritional standards. The solution also enables centralized content management, according to a press release.

The FDA has set a deadline of May 5 for all food service businesses to include nutritional information on menus. This solution is designed to allow companies to more easily provide that information to customers.

The solution is comprised of media players, commercial displays, mounts and cabling. Users will also receive an enterprise license to the WebDT Content Manager 6 Pro software, which enables more intuitive menu board designs.

"We strive to design rugged and secure multi-output media players that continue to meet the evolving needs of quick service and fast casual restaurants," Daw Tsai Sc.D., president of DT Research, said in the release. "Our solution simplifies the processes necessary to comply with the upcoming FDA Menu Labeling requirement, while simultaneously giving businesses the ability to engage with their customers through timed specials and local promotions displayed on dynamic high-definition screens."

Topics: Advertising, Content, Content Management, Menu Boards, Restaurants

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