30 reviews between May 17, 2023 and May 25, 2023.
Yuka app helps users make informed choices about the products they use and consume. The app scans product barcodes and rates them on a scale of 0 to 100, taking into account product ingredients and their potential effects on health. Users receive alternative recommendations for harmful products. The app has earned praise for its ease of use and ability to help people make smarter choices about the products they use.Yuka - Food & Cosmetic scanner
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Can’t say enough good hints about this app! Very user friendly and simple to understand.
I really hope this app continues to gain traction. Very valuable information and very easy interface. Please keep it ad free and unbiased. This is great work.
Total game changer! If you are concerned about what you put in and on your body ( and, believe me, you should be) this app will change the way you shop…. Get ready to clean out your cabinets and start feeling good again…. Enthusiast FIVE Stars!!!
Love this app. Scan everything now and grocery shopping takes a little longer but it’s worth it!
Since i discovered this extremely helpful app I’ve checked my pantry, cosmetic shelf (overloaded) and supermarkets scanning as i go thru the house and stores and finding what i put in my home or shopping cart products ranging from 100/100 to 0/100. The alternative recommendations for the bad items is beyond a godsend….so far i recommended app to about 10+ friends and family….goal is to stay healthy and be a mindful consumer which YUKA helps guide one….love it.
I’m so thankful for this app, I literally use it everywhere I go, I highly recommend everyone using it!!! Food and beverage companies use very deceptive advertising, so again, this app has been very helpful.
I think on its face this app is a good idea, but ranking breakdowns do not take consider the means of application of products. For example, some ingredients are harmful if ingested by mouth and if that ingredient is present in hair spray, that hair spray will still get a negative rating as a result. Even if the ingredient has no chance of oral ingestion.
I think this app needs a serious rework that goes into greater detail regarding the ingredients and the route of exposure each ingredient has.
I joke that this app ruined my life , but in fact it showed me where I needed to change things around . Some of the things I was eating on putting in my body everyday where not good for me or my health . This app has introduced me to smarter choices . I have suggested this app to total strangers in the supermarket!!
Really is a life changer . If you are Suoer sensitive about what you are using …. Makeup , body lotions , hair products , you are going to feel the same way “ this app is going to ruin your life “ in a good way . Make smart choices
Thank you so much for this perfect App!! It’s so much FUN !! I have told so many people about this app it’s the Best!!!!
I’ve gotten so many people to download this app I should be payed a commission. I thought I knew a thing or two about clean eating / product use…until I got this app. I scan everything. I’d scan toilet paper if It had the option. I’ve learned more about food processing through this app than with my degree in food systems. Thank you.
Seriously? I have to pay to be a member to search items? You can’t get a barcode via online shopping. Stop making people pay to improve their health and well being.
Downloaded the app and scanned 1st item: Crisco Veggie Oil, Wow. This scans as “Good”! Really? Check the ingredients list. It’s Soybean oil a GMO product that’s part of the bad oils group which are being used in 1000s of products and at practically every restaurant in the US. These are being marketed as ‘healthy’ because the FDA approved them. These oils are slowly poisoning our society, causing inflammation with every bite. They are terrible for your BRAIN, heart, and hormones. The FDA serves a purpose but is also part of the broken food system currently making Americans increasingly fat, tired and sick. Just a little research reveals that these highly refined oils, when heated up - as in for frying/ cooking… they increase inflammation in the blood and increases your risk of heart disease. SUGGESTION: Add a feature to your app that allows people to create TAGS for ingredients THEY want to avoid. That way, the many people who prefer food selections based on their own research about what’s “good” can make use of it.
This version is useless to me if it gives a thumbs up to these terrible oils.
Amazing app. Brilliant idea and seamless UX interface.
I’ve just started looking into ingredients and trying to take mine and my families health more seriously and at first it felt so overwhelming and this app helps SO MUCH!!! No longer do I feel overwhelmed with the help of Yuka!!! Thanks Yuka people for caring so much to invent this app !!!!
Interesting uncle Ben’s rice is good.
Best app I ever used. Very informative.
I saw this on tiktok and I was like lemme see my products. And it showed me how to keep my face/body safe from bad and good products
This is exactly what I was looking for. After having been diagnosed with cancer I decided I would make changes to my diet. I’ve done some research about what I should avoid but it was always difficult to remember it all when you have limited time in a store shopping for groceries. This app made it much easier to keep track of and avoid foods I feed myself and my family.
I will not shop without it anymore. Hopefully others start being more conscious as well so businesses start to take our health more seriously. It’s dollars over people right now so this is how we combat them. Stop buying products that poison you. Make them make products you will buy. Healthy products.
It seems that there is a lot of competing information on the app. There are multiple times within the first 10 minutes of using the app where I have seen two of the same items listed with completely different information. One listed excellent one rated poor. Just look up GoMacro double chocolate peanut butter chip.
Can't use the app at all unless you pay for a subscription just wish it would be somewhere on the app details page so people avoid
Since using this app, I only buy things that fall in the excellent category. I’m so grateful to know what I’m buying my family. I scan everything before putting it in the cart! I’ve even helped strangers at the store with it! Thank y’all for creating this app!!
Application is very helpful when you want to know the quality of the product
However, it has been promoted primarily on a basis of anti-American propaganda in regards to food
Im so thankful to have this app and see the hidden dangers of beauty food products! It’s helped me change my buying habits !
Really excited about this app and all of the information it provides. As soon as I downloaded it I think I scanned everything in my kitchen! My only complaint is that is doesn’t include a lot of harmful additives such as natural & artificial flavors, gums, seed oils such as canola oil, corn syrup, added colors and dyes. I’d love to see these added as a red flag for products.
My manager told me about this app and I can’t even explain to you what a game changer it’s been for me and my family.
We all ask ourselves when we see ingredients ‘what is that monohdjsthssihe whatever’ right.
Well this will tell you and help you on the journey of eating healthier.. or at least make you aware. And if it is not a good choice, it’s going to give you healthier options to choose from❣️🙏🙏🙏
This is exactly what America needs!! A way to find out what’s in their products before they use!
I didn’t realize what I was putting on my body and in it until I ran across this app. I love it.
This app needs to be free to search up if you gonna make a app that you can see what people like and don’t like maybe you should not have a membership just to search up something that you don’t know. I will try it agin but I give this a 1 star for now cause it does not make sense to cost money just to search up a food🤦♂️ 1/10 for now but if anything that is not free that should be free I’m done with this app👍for good BYE. Oh one more thing NOTE TO THE OWNER: UPDATE THE APP AND MAKE IT FREE NO 💴 TO SEARCH UP FOOD. BYE✋
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