Why Use Our App
KitchenPal is a unique kitchen app that will change how you cook and shop.
More Variety, Less Trips
Get recipe ideas based on what’s already in your kitchen. No more eating the same dishes and no more extra trips to the supermarket.
More Savings, Less Wastage
Save hundreds of dollars a year by receiving recipe recommendations based on when existing ingredients are expiring.
Get to easily know if the products and ingredients you use are healthy or not.
Easily create and share shopping lists that include kitchen essentials, besides ingredients for planned recipes.
How it works
Simply scan or add your products to your virtual kitchen to:
- Find what to cook from more than 4 million recipes and ideas
- Get recipes based on specifically chosen ingredients that are already in your kitchen
- Receive alerts when your products are expiring
- Know exactly what you need to buy, to cook a recipe without any wastage
- Get your shopping list in seconds and share it easily
- Find what is good for you to eat, according to your body profile
- Lose weight with light and easy recipes
- Know if the products you use are healthy or not
- Cook and shop keeping your diet in mind (gluten free, lactose free, pork free, vegetarian, vegan, etc)
KitchenPal is the new app that will change how you cook and shop, helping you save money by wasting less while still helping you cook great tasting food and staying healthy.
About Food Waste
An average family of four wastes about 25 percent of the food groceries they buy, costing them upwards of $1500 per year. [NRDC]
About two-thirds of food waste at home is due to food not being used before it goes bad. [NRDC]
When you throw out food, you also waste the water, fuel and resources it took to get the food from farm to you plate.
30 percent of all food is wasted globally across the supply chain, contributing 8 percent of total global greenhouse gas emissions. If food waste were a country, it would come in third after the United States and China in terms of impact on global warming. [FAO]
Cutting down on food waste could have nearly the same impact on reducing emissions over the next three decades as onshore wind turbines. It represents one of the greatest possibilities for individuals, companies and communities to contribute to reversing global warming and at the same time feed more people, increase economic benefits and preserve threatened ecosystems. [Project Drawdown]
What Our Users Say
KitchenPal is already helping thousands of people all over the world cook better, save more and waste less.