Searching Our Food Data Base

The food database (FooDB) was created for people with food allergies and food intolerances. This is a member database of foods people with different kinds of food allergies can eat.

The following list shows 32 search options on foods.

Gluten-Free, Wheat-Free, Corn-Free, Oat-Free, Soy-Free, Peanut-Free, Tree Nut-Free, Meat-Free, Shellfish-Free, Fish-Free, Pork-Free, Strawberry-Free, Melon-Free, Orange-Free, Cherry-Free, Banana-Free, Tomato-Free, Pea-Free, Organic-Grown, Yeast-Free, Egg-Free, Milk-Free, Chocolate-Free, Fat-Free, Cholesterol-Free, Sugar-Free , Preservative-Free, MSG-Free, Sulphi-Free, Benz-Para-Free, Carm-Nitr-Ethyl-Free and Color-Free Foods.

You may have 5 food allergies different from everyone, but that won't matter, since each food item is tracked separately on all 32 potential allergens. You can print your own personalized allergy free list. There are 2 (yes or no) to the 32th search possibilities or millions of different food allergy-free lists.

Mission

Foodb makes it easier for those with food allergies to eat better. It provides powerful, useful and interactive food allergy datatbases wirelessly connected to others with food allergies.

Note: FooDB has made no profit from its inception in 2003.

Objectives

Make life styles easier for those with food intolerances and allergies by providing current lists on apps of safe edible foods when members go out to eat or are shopping at the store.

Save time of users by making the app easy to use. It displays personalized graphs based on age, weight and gender.

Use members, who understand their food intolerances, to update and add to the allergy-free food database over the Web. Members may add and edit foods within the database anytime and anywhere online or through mobile apps.

Use members with allergies to add new foods they can eat or highlight foods where the manufacturer has now made them unsafe. When members identify foods they can no longer eat, then other members with the same food allergy can see the change immediately online or with 48 hours on their mobile app.

Provide a daily diet tracking and calorie counting system. This can also track when a member ate something and then got sick. This system can help identify other food allergies.

Provide favorites and grocery lists that list allergy-free foods, calories and fat content of foods. If another member marks an item as no longer gluten free, etc., when another member looks at his or her grocery list the food item information will have changed. So members may quickly see which items on their grocery list may no longer be safe to eat. The foods members commonly eat are shown on the grocery list.

Management and the members on the site believe that the knowledge of the many is greater than the knowledge of the few or the one. Members who are frivolous or capricious with database changes will have their membership terminated.

Who is updating, reviewing and supporting this food allergy database?

Members consist of around: 37% food allergy sufferers, 34% mothers of kids with food allergies, 4% medical specialists, 1/2 of 1% food manufacturers, and 25% other. Medical specialists include doctors, allergy specialists, pharmacists, and nutritionists.

Information

Funding of cloud servers comes through monthly membership fees and donations.

Food distributors may list their foods on the site.

Foodb LLC is a web-based business with headquarters located at 936 Mountainside Dr, Farmington, UT.