Turn nutrition labels into data visualizations you can use to make better food decisions

Only about half of Americans read nutrition labels on food, and even fewer say they fully understand them—or what unpronounceable ingredients like “polydimethylsiloxane” actually mean. A new food data platform attempts to make things clearer, using bright visualizations that explain what you’re eating, where it came from, and how it might affect your health. “We constantly interact with the food system, but the data of that system is really hidden from us as end consumers,”…

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Turn nutrition labels into data visualizations you can use to make better food decisions

Only about half of Americans read nutrition labels on food, and even fewer say they fully understand them—or what unpronounceable ingredients like “polydimethylsiloxane” actually mean. A new food data platform attempts to make things clearer, using bright visualizations that explain what you’re eating, where it came from, and how it might affect your health. “We constantly interact with the food system, but the data of that system is really hidden from us as end consumers,”…

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