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The world's first
food rating application.
“What Google did to internet,
we are doing to the food market.”
In line with the Health 2020 – National Strategy for Health Protection and Promotion and Disease Prevention, Foodgroot provides complex food rating based on an independet Food Rating Index. A patented collaborative algorithm, containing up to seventy parameters, evaluates food based on its origin, biochemical composition, technology and production, additives, environmental sustainability, food safety, quality certification and users ratings - all translated into a simple-to-understand 0-100% rating number.
Foodgroot rates foodstuffs
Food Rating Index
Big Data that are constantly gained from the raw material suppliers, food producers, technologists, retailers, particular institutions, veterinarians, nutrition consultants, physicians, media, consumers, various paid and open food databases and other reliable sources - are the fundamental base for an independent collaborative algorithm indexing all the above parameters. The algorithm is created by an independent expert network and is revided by the scientific expert at a major Czech University. The final rating number is subject to change in accordance to the newest scientific knowledge. The project is being developed in cooperation with the 3rd Medical Faculty of Charles University.
"Today we index the Czech Food.
Tomorrow we will do it globally."
Foodgroot evaluates up to 70 parameters containing:
Food Rating Parameters
The intention is to provide the most objective and the most independent rating, corresponding to the latest knowledge and trends. Food rating is based on an independent collaborative algorithm prepared for each food sub-category by an independent expert team. Ratings is a simple number from 0 to 100%.
Scores of individual products (rating) decreases or increases in time depending on how adjusting parameters (eg. Due to new scientific study) and increasing information about the origin and production of food (eg. New information about how the chemical treatment of grass as fodder for cattle, which it is part of the milk and meat production chain).
Food Rating Categorization