NutriData Lite

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132 reviews
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About this app

Introducing NutriData - the modern way to learn more about the nutrients of food.

NutriData lets you find out more about the nutrients in your food - and not just the generic ones (more than 150 nutrients)*. We have created a versatile, detailed database of over 27,000 food products sub-categorized in nine country databases*.

We wanted to create a fluid application that puts you just a tap away from nutritional and caloric values of food, and that’s what NutriData is. It’s designed to give you the exact nutritional data of any food, in any specific portion*.

With NutriData, you have access to one of the largest database of nutritional information on Android. It’s all in your pocket - and never more than a tap away. Whether you are conducting scientific research or simply checking the facts on what you are eating, NutriData can help you.

You can search for the food you want to find, or sort them in an alphabetical order. You can also see categories of food or search by what nutrients they contain. You can add foods to a favorites list and you can view the comparison of the nutritional information of two foods. Change the portion size and watch as the nutrients change to suit the new value - it’s smart, intelligent and modern.

NutriData provides you with the most extensive database of nutritional information and puts it all in your pocket. You can even see the Dietary Reference Intakes for each dietary component keeping you within your diet restrictions.

NutriData - the ultimate database of nutritional and caloric values of food.

★ 9 country-based databases to search.

★ Filter foods alphabetically, by nutrients or in groups.

★ Search over 27,000 food products with a simple keyword.

★ Adjust the portion size to get accurate data.

★ See advanced data such as dietary fiber, caffeine content, lactose content and so much more*.

● Available databases from Australia, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, France, Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom and United States of America;
● You can choose the portion from 1 to 500 g/ml;
● Depending on the database, it is possible to use standard portions;
● Not all nutrients are available in all foods and in all databases. The nutrients available in all the different databases can be checked at


● Unable to delete the databases for better space management.
● When searching for a food item, it is only possible to search data from one database.
● General search in all food groups without the ability to select only one or more specific groups;
● Only calories and a few nutrients are available (Water, Protein, Total Fat, Saturated Fat, Cholesterol, Carbohydrates, Dietary Fiber, Vitamin B1, Vitamin C, Calcium, Phosphorus, Threonine, Phenylalanine, 18:2 n-6, 18:3 n-3).
● You can only show the nutrition information per 100 g or per 100 ml of food/drink;
● The nutritional information is limited to a few nutrients;
● It is only available the DRI for men between 31 and 50 years of age
● The free app displays ads.

If you encounter any problems and before leaving neutral or negative feedback, please contact

For critics, doubts, suggestions or sending nutritional information to update the databases please use the email

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Updated on
Apr 26, 2015

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Ratings and reviews

132 reviews
A Google user
July 30, 2017
Looks good but the search is primative. You have to type in the exact string to match. For example I type "flaxseed oil" give no answer, but it comes up if I type just "flaxseed" under "flaxseed, oil" so the "," stops a search hopeless.
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A Google user
February 25, 2017
I am missing the amino acid database. It was possible to search for aas in the previous version but not after the upgrade
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A Google user
October 16, 2016
No Italian database? Shame, unistalled.
1 person found this review helpful
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What's new

Version 3.3:
Small fixes and enhancements.

Version 3.2:

Updated the American database for release 27.
Small fixes and enhancements.

Version 3.1:

Small improvements in search.
Minor changes to some layouts.
Changes to the navigation by pressing the back button.

Version 3:

It is possible to add foods to a favorites list.
You can view the comparison of the nutritional information of two foods.
User interface optimized for tablet's.
User interface changes.
Fixes and enhancements.