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Yuka is a free mobile app that allows you to scan the barcodes of food and personal care products and instantly see their impact on your health. A rating and detailed information help you understand the analysis of each product.

Yuka also recommends similar but healthier alternative products when a product hurts your health.

56% of food products found in supermarkets are bad for health. More and more of us want to eat healthier.

But when you find yourself on the supermarket shelves, it is tough to find yourself in the middle of this food jungle, so the labels of the products are indecipherable! That’s why we created Yuka, a mobile application that decrypts labels by analyzing the composition of products.

Yuka has three essential functions:
– Product evaluation: each product is evaluated according to 3 objective criteria based on validated studies: nutritional quality, presence of harmful additives and the biological dimension. A score of 100 is thus assigned to the product based on its analysis
– Recommendation of better products: for all products whose evaluation is negative, the application recommends to the equivalent user products that are better for the health
– The classification of the best products for each category of products

The Yuka application was launched on January 9, 2017, on iOS and already had more than 130,000 users six months after its launch.

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Yuka is an app that analyses food or cosmetic products. Yuka was launched in 2017 in France. It is a mobile-based application for analysing food
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