Open Food Facts is 100% free and independent of the food industry. We need your help to continue and to grow the project.
Open Food Facts is the "Wikipedia of food", the largest free and open database of food products in the world. We started Open Food Facts because we believe information about what we eat is of public interest and needs to be public, free and open.
Food is a priority for health and ecology. Through transparency and education, Open Food Facts creates a virtuous circle between consumers and producers.
Our database is used by more than 100 mobile applications and for large scale scientific studies.
Pionneer in giving public access to the Nutri-Score and now the Eco-score and personnalized scores, we make useful and quality information accessible to everyone.
Open Food Facts is co-constructed by its users. It ensures its independance and its resiliency, and guarantees the openness of data, software and processes.
When we founded Open Food Facts, we made the clear choice to be totally non-profit to maximize our impact by giving away all our work. We also made the clear choice that we would be totally independent from the industry, and thus to never accept any funding that could put our mission at risk.
We need your help to continue to operate and grow Open Food Facts. Please consider making a donation to protect and sustain Open Food Facts.
Alex, Anca, Florence, Gala, Léonore, Marie, Sylvia, Charles, Christian, Ludovic, Pierre, Raphaël, Sébastien, Stéphane, Manon, Vincent and all the Open Food Facts team
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Technology: Development, maintenance, servers to keep the database growing and to add cool new features to the Open Food Facts mobile app and web site.
People and projects: To give our best support to the Open Food Facts community, to work with researchers, and to make our food products data have the biggest impact on our health, our planet, and society.