OpenFood is described as 'independent and open database of barcoded edible products sold in Switzerland. It is maintained by the Digital Epidemiology Laboratory of EPFL and gratefully acknowledges access to the shops of Coop and Migros (Switzerland)' and is an app in the Sport & Health category. There are nine alternatives to OpenFood for a variety of platforms, including Android, iPhone, iPad, Online / Web-based and Android Tablet. The best alternative is Open Food Facts, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like OpenFood are Food Ingredients, Additives & E Numbers Scanner (Freemium), Nutritionix Track (Free), Nutrydex (Free) and Yuka (Freemium).
This app is for everyone who wants to live healthier. With one quick scan you can check the hazard of each ingredient and avoid using potentially harmful food. Just point the camera at the ingredients label, wait for a few seconds and you will get a list with different colors.
If so, you can see alternatives to palm oil-free products. The application will not only make it easier for you to choose an environmentally friendly and healthier product, but will also give the manufacturer another reason to drop palm oil.
Soosee helps you quickly scan ingredient lists for words you want to avoid. It includes more than 30 categories for common allergies, a vegan lifestyle, pregnant women, high environmental impact, additives, health and more!