The labelling of different colours is based on the suggested daily intake for a normal adult from the World Health Organization. It identifies how much sugar, salt and saturated fat one should consume a day. After indicating the healthy level of the food, the application will even suggest a replacement for the harmful product, if possible.
This is not the end of the application. For the second phase of the apps, the user can even track for their physical activity daily, as a reminder for incorporating exercises into their daily routines.
“The unhealthy treats are so temptingly and prominently arrayed in stores and schools.Junk food has lots of fat, and it’s so bad for the health and the body. ”Ayan revealed.
Things are not that easy. Collecting data for each product and collecting the appropriate amount of products undoubtedly are a few of the obstacles he encountered. As Kazakhstan hasn’t developed a comprehensive system in restricting the food label on the product, some of the information is, therefore, hard to trace. Not to mention, the name of some ingredients are misleading; customers may easily fall into such a trap. However, he has done great strides in collecting data from the categories of chips, drinks and biscuits. Even though he is only managed to consolidate 15 products from the database, however, he believes that an expansion of its scope and amount of food will be done after building his ground-up and fully examine the customer's feedback.