iPhone app delivers nutrition analysis of supermarket foods

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UK consumers can already turn to mySupermarket for grocery store price comparisons as they shop online. Now, Fooducate brings similar capabilities to the world of nutrition through an iPhone app that helps US shoppers find the healthiest foods. Supermarket shoppers must typically make countless product comparisons and decisions as they navigate the aisles of their favourite grocery store, and nutrition information labels only help so much; still lurking unaccounted for in many products are trans fats, sugars, artificial flavours and other offenders of good health. With the Fooducate iPhone app, shoppers can simply scan a barcode for product highlights —…

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