Dind is a mobile application that gives information about ingredients, composition and vitamins of the dish. The main idea is that a person can get that easily by taking a photo of any menu or by search input. That helps people who take care about their nutrition to reduce time and to control diets more comfortable even without refusal to visit restaurants or to try something extraordinary.
The application has already been published in Google Play. At the moment, it is ready for use, but temporaly has a number of bugs.
People who care about their diet: athletes, obese people, diabetics, etc and who want to learn about the ingredients of the dish before ordering it.
Residents of the United States, 25-40 y.o.
In the future we plan to distribute the project to other countries such as European countries and Canada.
Problem or Opportunity
There are a lot of people who want to eat healthy. These people often limit themselves to nutrition. Menus of most restaurants does not indicate all the necessary information for these people so it becomes harder to make a choice between the options. They either have to ask the waiter about every single dish or deny themselves a tasty meal.
Solution (product or service)
What if you could just take a photo of the menu and see the entire list of dishes on your phone with information about their ingredients, composition and even vitamins? We bring this idea into reality and make the life easier for people who care about their nutrition.
There are no services that do absolutely the same
• Google Lens - show another information about the dish;
• Change4Life Food Scanner - scans bar codes on products, doesn't work with restaurants' meals;
• MyFitnessPal - scans bar codes on products, doesn't work with restaurants' meals.
Advantages or differentiators
The main feature of our service is the ability to display all the information about the dishes in the easy way just by taking a photo of the menu.
Now we are considering several ways to develop our project:
• Integration of premium accounts;
• Make the app paid (monthly subscription);
• Charitable contributions from the Ministry of Health.
Our project has two ways to monetizing:
• Monthly subscription to the application in the amount of 1-2 dollars
• Subscription to premium features (display of unloved ingredients, synchronization with other health services, sorting dishes according to special requirements, etc.)
Money will be spent on
• Promotion and advertising
• Office rent and arrangement
• Salary for workers
Offer for investor
We propose to become a co-founder of the project and receive part of the profits