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There are anywhere from 10 to 15 million people living in America with food allergies.More than 90% of all purchases are impulse purchases. What happens when you see something you like, but you have to watch your diet? A quick and simple answer is what you need. You must do your own due diligence and be responsible for your purchases. ContentChecked is a valuable resource for anyone that has to carefully monitor what foods they consume or purchase for others.Just select your allergies or intolerances, and start scanning! ContentChecked will tell you if it's safe, and if not, it helps you find an alternative. Whether you're trying to avoid gluten or you can't eat shellfish, this is the app for you.

ContentChecked was designed by H&O, two Norwegian entrepreneurs with multiple business degrees and decades of experience. Joanna Kalafatis is our wonderful spokeswoman, and the online marketing director is Dylan Avery, the infamous filmmaker.

The app has been fully developed and the infrastructure is there. They need your help to hit the market and push it into the mainstream. The reward tiers include:

Your name on a giant canvas, hung on the ContentChecked office wall.
Customized rubber bracelets that state what food allergy you have.
ContentChecked T-shirts.
VIP Dinner and meet-and-greet in Beverly Hills.
We are pleased to announce that all contributions of $25 or more will now include the app itself! Just specify whether you're on an iOS or Android device.

support the project here.



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