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Smarter food labeling is here. Sage’s new digital food label makes food information more transparent, personalized to what you care about, with visualizations designed to make food data simple and easy to navigate. They think of it as their ‘dream food label.’

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The New York Times
While a number of food apps count calories and track eating habits, Sage goes beyond the good label to give customers additional information about additives and preservatives, how much sugar has been added during processing or how far a food has traveled.
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Tech Crunch
The Sage platform shows visualizations of food product data, breaking out specific ingredients — such as additives and GMOs — to provider clearer indications of when individual products might be a cause for concern (or vice versa)
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Fast Co. Design
The American nutrition label is deeply flawed. Its portions are erratic and difficult to mentally scale (why 20 crackers?). Its ingredients are listed but often written in indiscernible scientific code. And the label has no idea how many calories you burn in a day.
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Modern Farmer
The American nutrition label is deeply flawed. Its portions are erratic and difficult to mentally scale (why 20 crackers?). Its ingredients are listed but often written in indiscernible scientific code. And the label has no idea how many calories you burn in a day.
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Crain’s New York
What is Sage? The first thing is it’s not a nutrition app. It’s a data app that comes out of anything that has food. We saw a need to make the data that’s already out there easier to understand, and to relate data that exists but isn’t on a corporate or government spreadsheet anywhere.
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