iFresh: Winner of the 2013 Red Dot Concept Award, iFresh allows you to scan the barcodes of your store-bought foods, or program individual expiry dates, so you can keep track of your food's optimal freshness.

In the era of information overload, it might actually not be the worst idea to app-ify your groceries. You can already order them online and avoid grocery stores altogether anyway, so why not bring high tech to your fridge? These apps, plus the iFresh concept, are designed to keep track of the freshness of your food, so you don't have to battle against the fading expiration dates. Are you interested?



Fridge Pal: a free smartphone app that keeps track of your groceries


Freshbox: a free app that lets you upload production and expiration dates of your food so you can keep track. And, Freshbox lets you know the recommended shelf life of produce and fresh goods. You'll also be able to keep track of items like medicine and makeup!


Shelf Life: For $2, download the app that reminds you when something will expire, and even breaks down your groceries based on how they're doing- status updates, if you will. Green means good, orange means eat it soon, and red means get rid of it.


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