What meal the food is supposed to be enjoyed as. Either breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner.
What type of dish the food should be served as. Either appetizer, entree, dessert, snack, or drink.
The name of the food.
Food Calories (Optional)
This information is optional. How many calories the food has. If there are customizations, how many calories the most basic food has.
Food Nutrition Facts(Optional)
The nutrition facts, meaning the fats, carbohydrates, and protein. All three need to be included for the food to be validated. If there are customizations, list the nutrition facts of the most basic food.
Food Ingredients (Optional)
Please fill out the ingredients the food uses. This helps diners understand how the food is made and identifies any allergies.
Use this setting to alert diners to common allergens. If you cannot find an allergen, please list it in the ingredients.
The price the food starts at. How much will you earn for selling one servings of this food.
Customizations allow a diner to customize their order. A chef can make a customization optional or required. Required customizations are ones that cannot be avoided. For example choose a sauce to go on your pizza. Optional customizations can be avoided like toppings on a pizza. You can add a customization by clicking the plus sign. Then you name the customization and add options to it. Options are named and have an associated price. In the case of toppings, the customization name would be "Topping 1" and it would be optional. The options would be something like "Sausage" for "1.00", "Pepperoni" for "1.00", and so on. To remove a customization, click the red cross near the customization. All customizations need to have a name and at least one option. Otherwise the food will not be validated.