Download Traffic Light Food Tracker apk 1.0.3 free for Android smartphone

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Traffic Light Food Tracker

Posted by Obesity Policy Coalition Australia in Health & Fitness | Sept. 6, 2011 | 17 Comments

Apk file size: 1.9 MB

Sick of misleading claims like ‘99% fat-free’ on sugary foods and cereals?

The Traffic Light Food Tracker app is designed to help you sort the fat from the fiction when it comes to the nutritional content of the food you buy.

The aim of the app is to demonstrate the effectiveness of traffic light labelling on packaged food. The app gives a traffic light rating based on the amount of total fat, saturated fat, sugars and sodium per 100g - green for low, amber for medium and red for high. The idea is to limit the number of red lights in your shopping trolley and replace with products with green lights. The app was developed by the Obesity Policy Coalition, a group of leading public Australian health agencies concerned about the impact of obesity in Australia, particularly in children.

If you’re in favour of clear labelling that lets you see at a glance know how healthy or unhealthy a product is, download this free app today.

Whats new

    Minor bugfixes

Obesity Policy Coalition Australia part of our Health & Fitness and have average installs from 10000 to 50000. Last Update Sept. 6, 2011. Google play rating is 64.8889. Current verison is 1.0.3. Actual size 1.9 MB.

Download traffic-light-food-tracker.apk 1.9 MB

17 Comments

David Crash

Amazing Fantasic app and a must have on every shopping trip. Does crash when reopening if you didn't close it correctly

A Google User

Great work guys! This, in conjunction with an app like my fitness pal (which is free) would be so fantastic and go a long way to help people get and stay healthy :) well done!

Stephanie Strong

More nutrition I would like to see carbs calories and protein in the app

Siouxie Lee

Good one! I've been watching Aussie documentaries on sugar dangers. And have been looking for an app to help me eliminate as much sugar as possible. This will help. Thank you!

A Google User

Could be great Has the potential to be great if the coder took all of the input from the users and made a database then sent the finished product to the users.

A Google User

Ok Would be a great help to have a scanning option

A Google User

Not very useful. You still have to read the label and enter the data. It just tells you if the product is over some limit. Needs to read barcodes.

A Google User

Nice idea but needs a pre populated database of common items and a barcode scanner. I applaud the sentiments behind this, but isn't really a smart app

A Google User

Interesting concept, needs a searchable product database and barcode reader. Manual input of everything sucks.

A Google User

Needs to have a barcode entry mode which links back to a downloadable database of fat, etc levels.

A Google User

Where are the products or at least a scanner and datatabase.

A Google User

No search button after the search field - search is useless!

A Google User

Does exactly what it says. It's a checker!

A Google User

Lots of potential, but definitely need meaningful explanation of what traffic lights actually mean.

A Google User

Great app with heaps of great potential to be even better with great support!!

A Google User

Great handy app :-)

Jaime Gomes

Amazing Colours are better than numbers

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