Posted by Press Releases | Nov 23, 2010 | Comments 1
Food additives are substances that food companies normally use to improve and maintain a product to give it a vivid color, to make it easier to use, to make it more agreeable to the taste buds or just for better features. E200 E100 E510 … how many times you’ve seen these acronyms in a list of ingredients in food products?
“Personal Food Additives” was created to help the consumer choice of food, but not only very important thing is that with “Personal Food Additives”, you can create a personal profile, and who want our help in choosing food!
According to the different characteristics of people, eating habits, or any disease we might go to find out whether a product is harmful to our personal diet, as each additive has its own side effects that do not know, harmless for most of people but not identified or dangerous to other diets.
Posted by Press Releases | Oct 27, 2010 | Comments 0
Dallas, Texas – Big in Japan, the leader in barcode-powered shopping by mobile consumers, announced that Consumer Reports has incorporated ShopSavvy(R) barcode-scanning technology in its newly released iPhone app, Consumer Reports Mobile Shopper(TM). In addition, ShopSavvy’s 6.5 million users on the iPhone, Android and Nokia platforms will see a callout when they have scanned an item that Consumer Reports has tested, along with how many other models exist and have been tested in that category.