Download this FREE app to answer all of your food safety questions.
This ad-free app features:
IS IT DONE YET?
Check the safe internal cooking temperatures for meats and more.
TIME TO TOSS?
Learn essential information on how long you can keep those leftovers.
QUIZ: IS MY KITCHEN SAFE?
Test your knowledge of kitchen safety and see what grade your kitchen receives.
ASK AN EXPERT.
Find out more about food safety from registered dietitians—the food and nutrition experts.
Is My Food Safe? is brought to you by the Home Food Safety program, and collaboration between the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and ConAgra Foods. Learn more at www.HomeFoodSafety.org/app.
The Food Safety Certification Guide is a study tool that helps prepare you for national exams such as the ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification Examination, the American Food Safety Institute (AFSI) Food Manager Certification (FMC) exam, and the National Registry of Food Safety Professionals (NRFSP) Certified Food Safety Professional examination as well as state level exams. Whether you are a culinary professional, kitchen manager, food safety professional or home cook, this app improves knowledge of safe food preparation, food storage, and kitchen practices.
Includes more than 300 multiple choice quiz questions and 300 flashcards. Includes glossary with common terms and definitions in eight (8) learning modules.
- Introduction to Food Safety
- Biohazards, Contaminants and Food Spoilage
- Preservation and Temperature Control
- Cleaning/Sanitizing and Health/Hygiene
- Pest Control
- Facility Design
- The HACCP System
This study guide app is suited to people wishing to develop foundation knowledge of food safety procedures and key concepts needed to pass any related exams.
Health & Fitness
Secondary Category (optional)
Food Safety, Food Handler, Restaurant, Food Service Manager, HACCP, Critical Control Points
EWG’s Food Scores houses information on tens of thousands of foods in a simple, searchable online format designed to guide consumers to healthy, affordable food that’s good for people and the planet.
The database includes more than:
• 80,000 products
• 5,000 ingredients
• 1,500 brands
How did we come up with our scores? We combine these ratings into a single overall product score.
-- Nutrition. The nutrition scoring algorithm considers multiple factors, including calories, saturated fat, trans fat, sugar, sodium, protein, fiber and fruit, vegetable and nut content.
-- Ingredient concerns. The ingredient concerns algorithm focuses on factors such as the likely presence of key contaminants, pesticides, hormones and antibiotics and the health implications of certain food additives.
-- Processing. The processing score reflects EWG's best estimate of the extent to which a particular food has been processed. Scoring factors include modification of individual ingredients from whole foods and the number of artificial ingredients.
Cook with Alton Brown, Giada De Laurentiis, Rachael Ray, Bobby Flay, Guy Fieri and more. Check out helpful recipe and How-To Videos on select recipes. Save your favorite Food Network recipes, access your own personal recipes saved on FoodNetwork.com, add ingredients to your SHOPPING LIST and more with the new and improved RECIPE BOX.
NEW RECIPES added every month.
THOUSANDS OF RECIPES, VIDEOS AND PHOTOS from your favorite Food Network chefs and shows, making it fun and easy to cook like the pros.
WATCH HELPFUL RECIPE VIDEOS on select recipes.
SEARCH BY CHEF OR INGREDIENT to fit your needs and tastes.
BROWSE REGULARLY UPDATED SEASONAL COLLECTIONS, including:
- Fan Favorites
- Quick & Easy
SAVE FAVORITE RECIPES TO THE NEW AND IMPROVED RECIPE BOX:
- Save Food Network recipes and access your personal recipes as well as recipes from other websites to create a one-stop-shop for all your favorite recipe content.
- Share with friends and family straight from the Recipe Box via Facebook, Twitter and email.
ADD YOUR OWN NOTES, TIPS AND SUBSTITUTIONS to each recipe for quick and easy reference.
ADD INGREDIENTS AND OTHER SHOPPING ITEMS TO YOUR PERSONAL SHOPPING LIST, which you can access even without a network connection.
SHARE recipes on Facebook, Twitter and via email.
USE THE UNIT CONVERTER to easily convert your recipes by volume or weight.
USE MULTIPLE COOKING TIMERS to keep tabs on several recipes at once.
READ USER RATINGS AND REVIEWS for individual recipes to discover what other Food Network fans loved or changed about each dish.
Please note that videos are only available for playback in the United States due to licensing restrictions.
Compatible with Android 2.2 and above. Optimized for Android handsets, 7" and 10" tablets.
The Food Quality Protection Act of 1996 marked dramatic progress in the federal government's efforts to protect Americans from dangerous pesticides. The landmark legislation, which EWG played a major role in pushing through Congress, required EPA to assess pesticides in light of their particular dangers to children and to ensure that pesticides posed a "reasonable certainty of no harm" to children or any other high-risk group. This law is credited with reducing the risks posed by pesticide residues on food. It forced American agribusiness to shift away from some of the riskiest pesticides. But worrisome chemicals are not completely out of the food supply. Residues of many hazardous pesticides are still detected on a handful of foods.
A lesser-known "Consumer Right to Know" provision of the 1996 law required that EPA inform people about possible hazards to their health brought about by consuming pesticides with their food. It ordered EPA to publish and distribute in grocery stores plain-English brochures that discussed the risks and benefits of pesticides on food. These brochures were to offer recommendations so shoppers could reduce their dietary exposures to pesticides. The agency published such a brochure in 1999, but it failed to detail the actual risks of pesticide exposures and give consumers clear information about the foods with the most pesticide residues to help them reduce their exposures. EPA stopped publishing it altogether in 2007. Today, EPA offers some information about pesticides and food on its website. But it does not list foods likely to contain the highest amounts of pesticide residues nor those that pose the greatest dangers to human health. Most importantly, the EPA does not offer the "right to know" information Congress required on behalf of consumers in 1996: how to avoid pesticide exposures while still eating a healthy diet.
That's where EWG comes in. Because the EPA has not complied with the Congressional mandate in full, for more than a decade EWG has published an annual guide to help people eat healthy and reduce their exposure to pesticides in produce. Armed with EWG's Shopper's Guide, millions of people have opted for those conventionally-raised fruits and vegetables that tend to test low for pesticide residues. When they want foods whose conventional versions test high for pesticides, they can go for organic.
Some 65 percent of thousands of produce samples analyzed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture test positive for pesticide residues. That's bad news for the growing number of Americans who want to minimize their consumption of pesticides.
Parents' concerns have been validated by the American Academy of Pediatrics, which in 2012 issued an important report that said that children have "unique susceptibilities to [pesticide residues'] potential toxicity." The pediatricians' organization cited research that linked pesticide exposures in early life and "pediatric cancers, decreased cognitive function, and behavioral problems." It advised its members to urge parents to consult "reliable resources that provide information on the relative pesticide content of various fruits and vegetables." One key resource, it said, was EWG's Shopper's Guide to Pesticides in Produce.
With EWG's Shopper's Guide, consumers can have the health benefits of a diet rich in fruits and vegetables with less exposure to pesticides.
This handy App keeps a record of the consumables you have in your fridge and/or your kitchen cupboards and alerts you when food is approaching its use by date. It’s a great idea for wasting less food and saving money. Simply scan the barcodes on your food packaging, record the product and expiry date with the user-friendly interface and you’re done. When the food is approaching its expiry date the App will alert you so you’ll know it needs to be used and you can plan your meals in advance.
No more perished perishables - scan chilled and frozen food when you put it in the fridge or freezer and get an alert when it needs to be used.
Forget forgotten jam - scan all the tins, jars and dried food in your kitchen cupboards or when you shop and never have to throw out forgotten peaches, jam or spaghetti again.
Safety and peace of mind - use the App to change expiry dates when you place unused contents in the fridge or open something in the fridge for the first time, and never again bin any food you’re not certain about.
You can even save when you shop! - Use the App to check what’s in your fridge and on your cupboard shelves when going shopping so you don’t buy food you don’t need. Items are listed using a colour coded system with red, amber, yellow and green highlighting so you can check at a glance what you need to use and plan your shop around what you have.
It’s quick and fun - The Food Safe App records every scanned barcode with a short product description provided by other users so you don’t have to type every product into your phone. Get the kids to scan your shopping with you and find new items to add to the Food Safe database. Join our community on Twitter and Facebook for news and competitions.
Make big savings! - You could save up to 10% on your weekly shop, that’s £50 a month for the average family of four*. How much will you save?
* Data Sources: Food Aware, Love Food Hate Waste, Wrap
Your grooming rituals probably include shampoo, toothpaste, soap, deodorant, lip balm, sunscreen, body lotion, shaving products (if you’re a man) and makeup (if you’re a woman).
And what about your children? Sunscreen, diaper cream, shampoo and lotion are common kids’ products.
Most people use cosmetics and other personal-care items without a second thought, believing that the government makes sure they’re safe. Not so. No health studies or pre-market testing are required.
EWG’s Skin Deep® Cosmetics Database is the world's largest safety reference tool for personal-care products. EWG has launched this app to provide you with easy-to-navigate safety ratings at your fingertips for a wide range of products and ingredients on the market.
Americans’ frequent exposure to cosmetics and personal-care products raises questions about the potential health risks of the myriad under-assessed ingredients they contain. These ingredients end up in the bodies of nearly every American.
When you know what chemicals are in the products you bring into your home and how they may affect your health and the environment, you can make informed purchasing decisions — and help transform the marketplace.
This Skin Deep® app has information and online safety assessments for more than 72,000 personal care products, 2,500 brands and 9,000 ingredients, culled from product labels and from the scientific and industry literature.
To calculate a product score, we tally the hazards of each ingredient and evaluate every product in relation to all the others in Skin Deep®. The safest products score well by both measures: a low hazard rating AND fair or better data availability. EWG’s ratings are the best available information you can find on the safety of personal-care product ingredients.
Organic foods are produced without the use of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs). Consumers worry about untested and unlabeled genetically modified food ingredients in common supermarket items. Genetically engineered ingredients are now found in 75% of all non-organic processed foods, even in many products labeled or advertised as “natural.” This is the reason why is so important to relay only on certified producers.
This is the purpose of this application, make your search of certified organic food easier on your Android device.
Our database contains +11000 producers worldwide.
With Organic Food Finder will be easy for you to find Organic and healthy food around you or even at the other side of the world!
Why Certification is so important?
Products guaranteed to be free from harmful synthetics.
Products guaranteed to be free from GMOs.
Ingredients grown and processed according to organic standards (no synthetic pesticides, fertilizers, etc).
No parabens, propylene glycol, ethoxylated compounds, aluminum, SLS, “fragrance,” artificial colors, micas, oxides, DEA, TEA, Urea…basically…no “bad” stuff!
Certifying Agencies check this and more!
** KEY Features **
Search certified organic food in different categories (Beverage, bakery, meal, etc.) in your country or worldwide.
"Around me" feature! See who produce what around you!
Show on map producers after a search.
Search specific organic food (almond, strawberry, honey, milk, etc...)
Check producers certification status.
Set your favorite producers list.
Contact (by email or phone) producers, access to their website to get more info or locate them on Google Maps..
List of Certification Authorities.
Access at our blog In-App
List of events about organic and natural food all around the world.
If you have any problem please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Food Safety @Home is a collection of food safety information from food safety professionals written for application in your home. This app will help you gain knowledge about a range of important food safety topics and will assist you in applying these processes and techniques at home.
The App includes 8 different topic areas:
* “Concepts” gets you started with some key terminology used in training chefs and food service professionals.
* “Setup” provides information to help you maintain a safe environment for food preparation at home.
* “Supply” discusses the “Flow of Foods” – a concept that helps you think about how you purchase, transport, and store food.
* “Prepare” contains guidance to prepare yourself to cook.
* “Cook” gives you tips for safe techniques when cooking or preparing food for your family or guests.
* “Serve” includes guidance for the formal or informal presentation of food in your home.
* “Store” has pointers for packaging and storing leftovers or ready-to-eat food for later use.
* “Clean” covers cleaning and sanitizing your kitchen and cooking equipment to maintain a safe environment.
Brought to you by Environmental Health Testing (EHT) and the National Registry of Food Safety Professionals (NRFSP.) Get Food Safety @Home and add pro-level safety techniques to your cooking repertoire!
Evernote Food helps you remember the food you love. From discovering great recipes and restaurants to capturing your memorable food experiences, Evernote Food is the one app you need to remember your life in food.
• Explore the best recipes from across the web and save them to My Cookbook to try later
• Find great restaurants near you or anywhere in the world; add them to your wish list or book a reservation
• Document your food experiences through photos, notes, & locations
• Share your meals with friends through e-mail, Twitter, Facebook, or links
Bonus: Since Evernote Food is part of Evernote, recipes you clip using Evernote Web Clipper on your desktop will also appear in the the My Cookbook section of the app. Use tags to organize them based on diet and ingredients.
Additionally, anything you save in Evernote Food will show up in Evernote on any device you use.
What's new in Evernote Food 2.0
• Explore Recipes - Thousands of recipes from the best food sites to browse, search, and save.
• My Cookbook - Recipes you save in the app, plus ones you've clipped or saved in Evernote, show up here, making them easy to find from any device.
• Restaurants - A location-based list and map view of restaurants that lets you clip and save the ones you want to try and see all the spots you've visited.
• My Meals - A photographic journey through all of your past meals and food adventures.
Here are just a few ways you can use Evernote Food:
• Build your own online cookbook using My Cookbook, where you can save favorite and new recipes you want to try.
• Document each step of recipe preparation with photos and captions, from new creations to family traditions you want to preserve.
• Discover restaurants by location or cuisine and create a list of ones to visit in your city and for travel destinations. Book your table within the app using OpenTable.
• Remember culinary journeys using My Meals. Add images and notes on the food, wine, people, and ambience that make trips memorable.
• Capture your food memories of special restaurant or home-cooked meals enjoyed with family and friends. Take note of dishes you love so you can order them again.
Learn more: http://evernote.com/food/
Follow Evernote Food on Twitter: twitter.com/evernote
* This app will redirect you to www.food.gov.uk/ratings where you can search for ratings
* This app supports Android OS 2.x (Froyo and Gingerbread), OS 3.x (Honeycomb), OS 4.x (Ice Cream Sandwich or Jelly Bean) and OS 4.4 (KitKat)
* There may be issues if you try to install the app on other Android platforms
Eating out? Getting food in?
Find out if a restaurant, takeaway or food shop you want to eat at or buy food from has good food hygiene standards.
The food hygiene rating or inspection result given to a business reflects the standards of food hygiene found on the date of inspection or visit by the local authority. The food hygiene rating is not a guide to food quality.
You can search by:
✓ your current location
✓ business name (or part of the business name)
At food.gov.uk/ratings, you can sort results by:
✓ food hygiene rating
✓ business name
✓ business type
The information provided on businesses is held on behalf of local authorities participating in the national Food Hygiene Rating Scheme in England, Northern Ireland and Wales, or the Food Hygiene Information Scheme in Scotland.
The app is provided free by the Food Standards Agency and is advert free.
tel: 020 7276 8445
PAY RIGHT FROM THE APP WITH A VIRTUAL DD™ CARD.
Use the app to pay for all your purchases. You can either add a plastic card or purchase a virtual card via the app. Simply tap the DD Card you wish to use and present the barcode to the DD crew member to be scanned, and you’re good to go. You can also manage and reload your DD Card right from the app.
Receive a reward for a free medium beverage for just signing up to the DD Perks Loyalty program. Earn points by paying with your enrolled DD cards and redeem your rewards and offers right from the app.
You never know where or when you’ll need to make a Dunkin’ run. So if you find yourself in unfamiliar territory, fire up the store locator to find the nearest Dunkin’ and you’ll be runnin’ in no time.
SEND A VIRTUAL GIFT CARD.
Know someone who needs a little pick-me-up? Now you can send them a virtual DD Card via text message, e-mail and even Facebook.
BROWSE THE MENU.
Find products, as well as nutritional information for all your Dunkin’ Donuts favorites.
Become a fan or follower and catch all the updates from the official Dunkin’ Facebook and Twitter feeds.
Please note: Mobile payment is only good at participating U.S. Dunkin’ Donuts locations.
© 2014 DD IP Holder LLC. All rights reserved.
• Hundreds of ingredient substitutions divided into main categories: Herbs, Spices and Seasonings Substitutions, Assorted Baking Ingredients, Cheese and Dairy Products, Eggs, Fats, Oils and Vinegars, Fruits and Vegetables, Healthy Substitutions, Low-Fat Substitutions, Alcohol Substitutions for cooking
• Cooking Conversion Calculator to convert units between the most common (and not so common) measurement systems Imperial (U.K.), U.S. customary, and metric
• Search function to find ingredients easily
Find healthy or low-fat food substitutions for your recipes easily!
Radiated; Concentrated; No added Sugar;
Diet; Sucralose; By-products; High Fructose
Corn Syrup. These words are the 'good' side
of the ingredients found in most of our foods.
The others side is suspect or known harmful
ingredients that we either can't pronounce
and don't know what they are or just things
we do understand but know that are very
harmful to us. These include things like
artificial sweeteners, aspartame, pesticides,
herbicides, fillers, GMO products, and
the new Frankenstein chemically induced products.
Is This Really Food?' is a free App that has
information on our food supply. Where
Food comes from and the many processes
that occur before we buy it for our dinner.
You won't believe what FOOD has really
become and that makes this App so important.
This valuable information will enlighten you
to what you can do to keep your family safe.
You will learn what to eat and how to find it.
Download this Free App now. Easy information
from Websites, Blogs, Videos, Face Book Sites,
and the facts from Experts. Contrary to
popular belief, color and taste could be very
Build a trusted network of foodie friends and discover great new restaurants through them. Show off your own Food Journey with Reviews, beautiful filtered Photos, and Check-in at restaurants.
* Search easily for Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs and Bars by location, cuisine (e.g. Chinese, Italian, Pizza), name (e.g. Starbucks, Domino's Pizza, McDonald's, Nando's), or browse through beautifully crafted Collections to discover something special. Also find restaurants with offers and discounts.
* Explore every restaurant in your city, including the ones around your current location, and use search filters to find the one that suits you best.
* View menus, pictures, phone numbers, directions, user reviews, and all the other information you need to choose a restaurant for Dine-out, Delivery, Nightlife or Takeaway. Maintain an easy-reference list of your favorites or places you want to visit with Bookmarks.
* Checkin at restaurants you visit, see useful information about the restaurant, add photos, and tag friends you're eating or drinking with.
* Rate and review restaurants you've been to, and share photos of your foodie moments directly from the app.
* In-app table booking (UK ONLY): If you're in the United Kingdom, you can book tables at all restaurants supported by OpenTable.
Zomato is currently available in over 150 cities across India, the UK, UAE, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa, Portugal, the Philippines, Indonesia, Turkey, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Chile, Lebanon, Brazil, Sri Lanka, and Qatar. More locations coming very soon.
Zomato requires you to log in; it's only so we can get to know you better and serve you the stuff you'd like to see. We do not post anything on the social network's without your permission.