Operating system: All versions of Windows currently supported by Microsoft, including XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 and Server editions. Macintosh users, click here.
Disk space required: 100 Megabytes
Processor speed: There is no requirement for a minimum processor speed.
Printers: FoodWorks is designed for use with laser and ink jet printers.
Network server installation: FoodWorks can be installed on network servers when an Unlimited Site License is purchased. Network installation features include user data redirection and remote database placement. A complete network server installation guide is provided to all Unlimited Site License holders. Contact Support for more information about your specific network needs by clicking the Contact Us tab at the top of this page.
No third-party database engines, frameworks, or software are required to run FoodWorks.
FoodWorks catalog number: FD-32
FoodWorks ISBN: 1-89221-00-X
Technical support for FoodWorks is available at no charge by emailing to email@example.com or by calling 908-876-5580. Toll charges may apply, but the support is free. Telephone support is generally available from 9:00AM to 5:00PM U.S. Eastern time, Monday through Friday excluding major U.S. holidays.
FoodWorks is a Windows software application and is guaranteed to function only on Windows PCs running the Windows operating system. Therefore, the Nutrition Company cannot support the use of FoodWorks on a Macintosh due to the many variables at work in the Macintosh run-time environment including the particular Macintosh hardware, the Mac OS in use, and the solution you choose for running Windows programs on your Macintosh. Still, a significant number of Macintosh owners are successfully using FoodWorks on Macintosh computers that have special software installed for running Windows applications (such as Parallels, Boot Camp, or Fusion). Links to these solutions can be found below.
CodeWeavers offers CrossOver Mac, a solution that is providing some Macintosh users with a reliable platform for running FoodWorks 13 through 15. CrossOver Mac translates FoodWorks as it runs and DOES NOT require the purchase of a separate Windows license. FoodWorks 13 through 15 have been tested with CrossOver Mac and have earned a gold medal for run-time reliability. Please note that CodeWeavers has NOT tested FoodWorks 16 or higher for compatibility with CrossOver Mac.
FoodWorks users can receive a 25% discount on CrossOver Mac. At the FoodWorks VIA (Very Important Application) page you'll find the discounted purchase option, a CrossOver Mac trial option, and a video describing how to install FoodWorks under CrossOver Mac. There's even a function for installing FoodWorks right from the page! Click the CodeWeavers logo above for more information and to get answers to your questions about using CrossOver Mac.
To take advantage of the CrossOver Mac discount and to install FoodWorks, you must first purchase and download your FoodWorks software. Then click the CodeWeavers logo above, or click the link below, to go to the FoodWorks VIA page. Download CrossOver Mac and then watch the video to learn how install FoodWorks using CrossOver. It doesn't get much easier than that.
CrossOver Mac for FoodWorks 15: http://www.codeweavers.com/via/foodworks15
CrossOver Mac for FoodWorks 14: http://www.codeweavers.com/via/foodworks14
CrossOver Mac for FoodWorks 13: http://www.codeweavers.com/via/foodworks13
Parallels: Use your web browser to search for "Parallels" to find the latest information on Parallels.
Boot Camp: http://www.apple.com/support/bootcamp/
Please note that the various solutions above depend on many variables including the Macintosh model, the processor type, the Mac OS version, the type of Windows application, and the version of Windows. In all cases except CrossOver Mac, additional cost for a Windows license may be incurred. The Nutrition Company cannot guarantee that any combination will prove suitable for running FoodWorks on a Macintosh, and therefore cannot provide technical support FoodWorks on a Macintosh. We urge prospective users to compare the costs of the solutions above with the cost of an inexpensive PC, which is sometimes a less costly and more reliable alternative.