Label Insight: Providing Product Transparency Through Data Science

Label Insight offers a new level of transparency about what’s inside food and beverage products. The St. Louis startup is using data science to break down product labels. The company provides attributes about a product in its entirety. These are the true ingredients, nutrients, health claims and allergens on nearly 300,000 products for retailers, the USDA and FDA- with consumers ultimately benefiting. Label Insight provides product transparency on brands like Unilever, Kellogs and General Mills. Label Insight claims this is helping those who may have health issues, allergies or those who just want to know exactly what’s in the products they are buying.

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Label Insight: Providing Product Transparency Through Data Science

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am