Open Food Facts is recruiting a full-stack developer

(Français) Open Food Facts is quickly growing and expanding internationaly, and we are looking for a full stack developer to join our team. If you like to have a large-scale impact and values like transparency, the common good and the sharing of knowledge are important to you, please read on! Open Food Facts is an …

Open Food Facts laureate of the Google Fellowship and the Google Impact Challenge for Climate

In a nutshell Open food facts will extend the Eco-score throughout Europe, gradually joined by other members of the Eco-Score consortium The momentum has already started: we have launched a first version in 8 countries, and European distributors are starting to adopt it Consumers can now see the environmental impact of more than 400,000 everyday …

Real-time product data from producers on Open Food Facts, thanks to the new EQUADIS integration

Manufacturers can now send real-time photos and data of their products from Equadis to Open Food Facts. Always up-to-date data Producers can send complete information on all their products, with a reduced risk of error, and most importantly, update them automatically in real time. This is very important because the composition of many products changes …

The 5 major projects of Open Food Facts in 2021

Since 2012, Open Food Facts has been transforming food by making information transparent and actionable (consumer choices, scientific research, etc). With over 1,500,000 products already added and more than 50,000 monthly product changes, this work is a constant challenge. In 2021, we want to multiply our impacts, towards new horizons. 5 major transformative projects await …

A great thank you to the Mozilla and the Ford Foundation for their support to the new Open Food Facts app

We are very happy to announce that the Mozilla Foundation has awarded Open Food Facts $10,000 USD to fund work on the next version of the Open Food Facts app, through the Mozilla Open Source Support (or MOSS for short) seed award. Earlier this year, Pierre Slamich, cofounder of Open Food Facts, participated in an …

The new Open Food Facts app to better decipher labels and participate in the common good

Since 2012, the Open Food Facts app makes it possible to scan food products, to decrypt their labels, and also to participate in the construction of the largest collaborative, free and open database on food products . But in 7 years, the app had taken a bit of dust, so today we’re very excited to …

1 million products and 1 million thanks to all Open Food Facts contributors!

Open Food Facts now has 1 million food products worldwide! A huge thank you to the tens of thousands of people who have joined the Open Food Facts project since 2012, who have added products, photographed them, and entered their information in our great Wikipedia of food! Thanks to you, we have been able to …

Introducing Open Products Facts – All your product are belong to us

Yesterday morning, the Open Food Facts team woke up to a stunning revelation. Collecting the world’s food, cosmetic and pet food was so passé. With the insane progress made over the past year, we must surely be close to completing our mission to collect all the food and cosmetic products in the world, right ? …

Open Food Facts celebrates its 5th anniversary with more than 1000 cakes!

Launched on May 19, 2012 with 700 products, Open Food Facts – a collaborative, free and open database on food products from around the world – now totals more than 320,000 products, thanks to nearly 6,000 contributors who – using their smartphones – scan the barcodes of products, take photos and add them to the …

Goodbye Open Food Facts and Open Beauty Facts: welcome to Open Pet Food Facts!

Introducing Open Pet Food Facts In the grand tradition of making technology available to pets and pets owners, the team of volunteers behind Open Food Facts and Open Beauty Facts is proud to introduce a solution to the looming overweight issue with pets. Meet Open Pet Food Facts Dog Food, Cat Food, Bird Food or …