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Yuka

Yuka is an independent reviewer of food and cosmetics products. It gives a note (between 0 & 100) to products to help you buying more reliable, respectful and healthier things.

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    2022-06-18

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Aplicación para ESCANEAR alimentos (YUKA) / Probando en MERCADONA

You want to Download this App: Yuka

YUKA est-il fiable ?

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  • Tell HN: your next idea should focus on aged care
    The Yuka app can scan the barcode and shows whether the food or cosmetic you scanned is good for you or not. https://yuka.io/en/. - Source: Hacker News / 13 days ago
  • Chlorpyrifos: Pesticide tied to brain damage in children
    Not exactly what you describe, but there's Yuka for processed products (food and cosmetics). You scan a barcode and it gives you a score based on the product composition, it's quite helpful: https://yuka.io/en/. - Source: Hacker News / 5 months ago
  • Show HN: Nutrient insights through your grocery receipts
    I would have thought the same until I found yuka (https://yuka.io/en/) and saw that they make multi-millions per year. - Source: Hacker News / 6 months ago
  • I love this deodorant for the safety of its ingredients, but 8g of it is locked in cage at the end after you’re finished pushing it up all the way, and it’s not cheap. I can’t believe I’m only noticing this now. This is like my 5th stick.
    There’s a couple really great apps for scanning your products. The one I use more is Yuka. It’s free, and cites scientific sources and descriptions of ingredients as well as recommends alternatives in a non-biased was (brands can’t pay them to promote their products) and there’re very transparent about where their funding comes from. There’s also the EWG.org website (they also have an app but I don’t like it as... Source: 8 months ago
  • Yucca App scans your foods and personal products to protect you
    It's not good to use spray tan or any kind of makeup that has toxic ingredients. When I first started covering Vitligo with spray tan, I was using some of the worst products! I'm lucky I wasn't hurt. I found out about the Environemntal Work Group app and the Think Dirty app, but I was still getting products like body lotion, scented soaps etc that weren't good - even though they were reccomended by EWG and TD! ... Source: 8 months ago
  • Is Eco Styler really bad for hair?
    In the short term it’s probably fine. If you want to use “healthier” hair products, I’ve been using the Yuka app to find better products.you basically scan the barcode and it gives you a rating from bad-excellent on a 0-100 scale. It’s nice because it actually tells you what ingredients are bad and why. When I checked my clear eco-styler most of the ingredients are good (risk-free), but 3 were bad enough to get a... Source: about 1 year ago
  • Does anyone know what this app is called? (Got the ss from someone’s Instagram)
    This app is called Yuka. I use it myself; so awesome. https://yuka.io/en/. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Intermarché Reformulates Over 2,300 Private-Label Products
    Intermarché's action is largely a result of people using the Yuka app. It is similar to EWG's Healthy Living app. Each allows product lookup via search or bar code scanner to determine the health and other ratings for food and cosmetics products. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Alternative to Yuka
    Are there any alternatives to Yuka (https://yuka.io/en/) around? This application looks fantastic and extremely useful, but contains a few trackers + requires you to login for some reason. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Thoughts on Yuka app to rate skincare?
    Yuka - The mobile app that scans your diet and cosmetics. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Km0
    I like Yuka (just as orientation, not a "must follow" rule). Source: over 2 years ago
  • 🍔🥗 I developed this project with Raspberry Pi 4 to collate nutrition facts by barcodes to distinguish healthy and unhealthy foods with a TensorFlow neural network model predicting healthiness classes based on the Nutri-Score rating system.
    Is it similar to Yuka? (https://yuka.io/en/). Source: about 3 years ago

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