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OneSweetApp

Canada’s ONLY nutrition app that identifies both total and free sugar* amounts for packaged foods

Canada’s ONLY nutrition app that identifies both total and free sugar* amounts for packaged foods

OneSweetApp

by Plank
OneSweetApp
OneSweetApp
OneSweetApp

What is it about?

Canada’s ONLY nutrition app that identifies both total and free sugar* amounts for packaged foods. Scan barcodes or search the database and see the free sugar hiding in your food. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Submit new products and help us grow the database that gives you the information you’re not getting from the Nutrition Facts table.

OneSweetApp

App Details

Version
1.1.1
Rating
(19)
Size
7Mb
Genre
Health & Fitness Food & Drink
Last updated
March 21, 2016
Release date
April 21, 2015
More info

App Store Description

Canada’s ONLY nutrition app that identifies both total and free sugar* amounts for packaged foods. Scan barcodes or search the database and see the free sugar hiding in your food. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Submit new products and help us grow the database that gives you the information you’re not getting from the Nutrition Facts table.

* What is free sugar? *
Think of added sugar, but with all the other stuff you didn’t know you were supposed to be worried about: juices, concentrates, honey and all syrups. The stuff that’s now in 74% of our packaged foods.

The truth is, we’re not supposed to eat more than 12 teaspoons of free sugar a day, and capping it off at 6 teaspoons is even healthier. It’s what the World Health Organization and the Heart & Stroke Foundation say, and it’s what we’re saying, too.

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