Open Food Facts - Scan food. Get the Nutriscore APK

Version 3.6.3 - org.openfoodfacts.scanner
Last updated: Thu, 11 Feb 2021 16:26:49 UTC

Open Food Facts - Scan food. Get the Nutriscore apk

APP Information

Download Version 3.6.3 (432)
Apk Size8.47 MB
App DeveloperInteresting Views
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android4.1.x and up
App Packageorg.openfoodfacts.scanner.apk

Download Open Food Facts - Scan food. Get the Nutriscore 3.6.3 APK

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Open Food Facts - Scan food. Get the Nutriscore is openfoodfacts,scanner,health,fitness,open,food,facts,scan,food.,nutriscore, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 5 by 1 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit Interesting Views website who developed it. org.openfoodfacts.scanner.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 4.1.x and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 3.6.3 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 3820+ times on store. You can also download org.openfoodfacts.scanner APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

▶ Find & Compare more than 750.000 products

The app allows to view the 750.000 products (including 175.000 in the US) already contained in the free and open database Open Food Facts, and also to add pictures and data for new products.

To discover the volunteer-run Open Food Facts project, visit

In short, we're kind of "the Wikipedia of food", as many have nicknamed the project. Open Food Facts has enabled the creation of over 100 apps like Date Limite, Yuka or FoodVisor.

▶ Choose the products that are good for you

- The Nutri-Score grade, from "A" to "E" >> Nutritional quality

- The NOVA group, from "1" to "4" >> Find the Ultra-Processed food

▶ Contribute to Food Transparency

- Open Food Facts is a food products database made by everyone, for everyone.

- You can use it to make better food choices, and as it is open data, anyone can re-use it for any purpose.

- Open Food Facts is a non-profit project developed by thousands of volunteers from around the world. We have lots of exciting projects you can contribute to in many different ways.

- You can start contributing today by adding a product from your fridge.

▶ Get the Facts

- Open Food Facts helps you to make sense of the fine print on products labels. You will be able to find:

- carbon footprint (CO2 emissions) and packaging (as well as recycling instructions),

- Nutriscore (nutritional score), nutrients, fat  fat content, saturated fatty acids, carbohydrates, sugars, fiber, protein and salt and sodium.

- brands, allergens, labels (bio, gluten free, vegan, vegetarian, halal, kosher ...), traceability information (packaging codes, origins of ingredients)

- On wines and beers, you will find the alcohol content.

▶ Based on Science, helping back Science!

- We don't make up things. We rely on peer-reviewed science.

- The Nutri-Score has been created by the independent French team led by Professor Hercberg.

- The NOVA groups on food processing have been designed by the international team of Professor Monteiro.

- You can get a synthesis of EFSA exposure levels on food additives.

- The Open Food Facts community is collaborating with research teams across the planet to improve nutrition research that benefits all.

▶ Works well in any condition
- You can add new products, even if you don't have an Internet connection right now.
- The app loads only the strict necessary to reduce data and battery consumption
- You don't need a camera to look up a product. You can also type the barcode if you lack a camera or have an issue with it.

▶ Your food, your data
- Your data is yours, and is never sent online
- You can use the app anonymously
- You can export your scan history

▶ Set up allergen alerts on products

- Milk, Gluten, Eggs, Soybeans, Nuts, Fish, Celery, Mustard, Sulphur dioxide and sulphites, Peanuts, Sesame seeds, Crustaceans, Molluscs or Lupin allergy ?

- Speed up your shopping by doing an initial screening of your food with Open Food Facts.

- Be careful that the information may not be 100% accurate, and detection may not be 100% accurate. So always double check by yourself, with the packaging.

▶ More

Open Food Facts is also available on the web at
Questions, feedback : [email protected]

App ChangeLog

  • Introducing the Eco-Score ! Products that are good for you and for the planet on over 250k products
  • - New: Help collect photos of recycling and packaging information ! Go to the new Environment tab on the complete product page.
  • - New button to take additional photos of the product (useful to get more blue questions)
  • - Producers: you can send necessary product information in advance of the launch of the Eco-Score thanks to

App Screens

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  1. Balaji Ramanathan-avatar

    Balaji Ramanathan

    Interesting concept, and lots of useful information. The user interface is a little confusing initially, and when you scan a product, you have to find that product in your scan history to get more details about it (or I am missing something in the confusing and clunky interface). But the clear grading of products makes it easy to complete a grocery shopping trip without having to read a bunch of labels if you are buying products you have not bought before.

  2. Stephen Johnson-avatar

    Stephen Johnson

    Didn't work. I scanned a UPC which was not in the system. I was willing to add 64 ingredients through the website, but it would not open. I had good signal. Time :10pm eastern, on 12/19/2020

  3. A Google user-avatar

    A Google user

    The three negative reviews I've seen are either due to a bug that I haven't experienced, so it may have been fixed, or due to a misunderstanding of the app. One person is upset because they think the developers are using users to build their business for them. I found this funny because the same person probably uses MyFitnessPal instead of OpenFoodFacts due to this complaint. In reality, MyFitnessPal is exploiting its users for profit by data harvesting and using them to add new products to their database. OFF is non profit and open source, offering an alternative to MFP that isn't taking advantage of its users. Another person is upset because nothing they are scanning is in OFF's database. This is because OFF is less mature and polished compared to MFP, which is oftentimes the case when comparing open source and proprietary alternatives. OFF describes itself as the Wikipedia of food, and Wikipedia requires contributing people to accumulate knowledge. This person had a product that probably had a nutrition label on it. He could have used 5 minutes to contribute to OFF, but instead decided to write a review. If you take OFF for what it is, you won't have any complaints. And if you do have some complaints, the beauty of open source software is that you can contribute to the project and help fix any shortcomings you come across.

  4. Angela Nedd-avatar

    Angela Nedd

    This is only a database of foods that gives a nutrition score. I tried it because the images looked promising. The ONLY good thing is that it will extract the words from a picture taken of the food's ingredients list. I expected that for the Nutrition Facts panel, but it doesn't do it there. If this app tracked users' consumption, the app could be updated to notify users of recalls on products the user entered as "consumed" because of the detailed information asked for on each product.

  5. David Neely-avatar

    David Neely

    I had a number of problems trying to use this app alongside Waistline. First the app crashed when trying to make an account (solution was to change default browser, was using Privacy Browser). I struggled against the UI as body weight is in Kg only, and sodium is listed in grams by default instead of mg, causing it to freak out. After coming back for a third attempt my contributions had been lost and settings reset.

  6. Lu Anluma-avatar

    Lu Anluma

    Great initiative. As this apps has really impacted some customer behavior and the food industry especially in Europe, is there a way to also to evaluated how eco friendly is the packaging ( plastic really able to be recycle or not) maybe this would help to change mind of packaging industry

  7. K M-avatar

    K M

    Thus is a wonderful database. My only concern is it labels all fats as bad which gives some extremely healthy oils like olive oil a bad score. I think that's very misleading, especially considering the vast misinformation on the subject.

  8. Michael Flint, SR-avatar

    Michael Flint, SR

    Everything I scan is not in your database. If I wanted to have to add everything I would have started my own app/database!

  9. Robert Paul Bergsman-avatar

    Robert Paul Bergsman

    Works well, no ads, free, and app can be moved to external SD memory.

  10. Alex cd-avatar

    Alex cd

    Nice idea. App crashes when I try to add infos. Why do I need to register a new account on your site? It should use my google account.