E Numbers/Food Additives

E Numbers/Food Additives


The application is used for quick orientation in E Numbers/Food Additives that after viewing the result provides a basic overview of features that make them easy to recognize whether a substance is dangerous to health. The database currently contains more than 500 entries.

E Numbers/Food Additives are used for many reasons:
- To extend the shelf life
- Protection from destruction
- Improve the taste, appearance and smell
- Create the impression of a high content of fruit, eggs, butter, natural juices, etc.
Unfortunately it is not easy at first look to determine which substance is safe and which are not. Not all E Numbers/Food Additives are dangerous; even there are some health benefits (for example vitamins). This application will help you to understand, if food additive is safe.


★What can be expected
• Application searches E Numbers/Food Additives and displays their basic properties (harmfulness, suitable for vegetarians, suitable for sensitive persons, suitability for children, the source of the substance was / was not genetically modified)
• The application is available for free and without ads (target is not profit, but protect your health)
• The application is offline (no Internet connection required to display desired information)

★What can not be expected
• The current application does not include a detailed description of E Numbers/Food Additives

Recent changes:
★ Fix EN version.
★ Added Android 5.x support.
★ Added Android 4.x support.
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4.4
User ratings
388
Installs
10,000+
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File size
778 kb
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About E Numbers/Food Additives
The application is used for quick orientation in E Numbers/Food Additives that after viewing the result provides a basic overview of features that make them easy to recognize whether a substance is dangerous to health. The database currently contains more than 500 entries.

E Numbers/Food Additives are used for many reasons:
- To extend the shelf life
- Protection from destruction
- Improve the taste, appearance and smell
- Create the impression of a high content of fruit, eggs, butter, natural juices, etc.
Unfortunately it is not easy at first look to determine which substance is safe and which are not. Not all E Numbers/Food Additives are dangerous; even there are some health benefits (for example vitamins). This application will help you to understand, if food additive is safe.


What can be expected
• Application searches E Numbers/Food Additives and displays their basic properties (harmfulness, suitable for vegetarians, suitable for sensitive persons, suitability for children, the source of the substance was / was not genetically modified)
• The application is available for free and without ads (target is not profit, but protect your health)
• The application is offline (no Internet connection required to display desired information)

What can not be expected
• The current application does not include a detailed description of E Numbers/Food Additives

Recent changes:
★ Fix EN version.
★ Added Android 5.x support.
★ Added Android 4.x support.

User reviews of E Numbers/Food Additives
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
6 days ago
Works great
A Google User
Dec 11, 2014
Very good for vegetarians Very useful XD
A Google User
Nov 17, 2014
Crashes after the latest update
A Google User
Nov 17, 2014
Very helpful (new update crashes) I've gotten a lot of use out of this app. It doesn't list every additive I've entered, but sometimes it'll have something similar listed, which I can use as a guideline of sorts. Thanks for the great app, dev team! Edit: the update made the app crash every time it's opened. Please fix this. I've already reported it to google.
A Google User
Jul 8, 2014
Very helpful I've gotten a lot of use out of this app. It doesn't list every additive I've entered, but sometimes it'll have something similar listed, which I can use as a guideline of sorts. Thanks for the great app, dev team!