Comparing nutrition facts between most products on store shelves has been made a bit easier due to standardization of serving sizes for various food categories by government organizations like the US Food and Drug Administration. To get a meaningful comparison, you need to ensure you are looking at the same amounts of food. With a few exceptions, the serving size will be found on nutrition facts labels.

However, comparing nutrition between recipes can be tricky. For instance, the fat content per serving between three chicken recipes might be the same, but the amount of food per serving could be different.   Recipe authors can have a different idea of how much food serves one person. makes this easier!

On, you can do a meaningful comparison between recipes! This takes the guesswork out of trying to figure out which recipe has the most or least of some common nutrient.

On most recipe pages, you'll now see a link called Compare to other recipes.. as shown on the right.