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24th November 2020

FAQs

We receive our product information from the same source as major supermarkets including ASDA, Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Morrisons, Co-op and Waitrose. We do not receive data for other supermarket chains yet which is why  their products may not show on the app. We are working to bring you these products as soon as possible.

Currently, our users can filter for the 14 major allergens, for vegan and vegetarian choices as well as for those looking to avoid palm oil. You can view the full list here. We are working on adding more ingredients to the list, and have successfully tested many of these. We don’t yet receive the full information we need to add these from all of our partners but we are working to bring that to you soon. 

  • Pret A Manger 
  • Miller & Carter 
  • All Bar One 
  • Browns 
  • Ember Inns 
  • Harvester 
  • Nicholson’s 
  • O’Neills 
  • Stonehouse 
  • Toby Carvery 
  • Vintage Inns

At LiberEat reliability is our number one priority, so we only feature partner restaurants who can provide us with the correct data directly. We ensure that you are accessing the most reliable, up to date information possible, giving you peace of mind over your menu choices.  We are working hard to add more restaurants and bring you more choice than ever before.

If you have a favourite restaurant chain you would like us to partner with let us know by emailing [email protected]

  • Trusted partner bloggers
  • Our in-house team of foodies
  • Users just like you, who have found a great way of adapting a recipe to suit their requirements and want to share

We have over 350 recipes and counting! If you have a great recipe then you too can add it via the app. Simply download our app for free from the  App Store and Google Play. set up your account, and visit the ‘Recipes’ tab. From here you can submit your recipe by clicking the pencil in the top right corner followed by the plus button.

Our list is always growing as more and more products hit the shelves. Currently, you can scan and filter over 116,000 grocery products from ASDA, Tesco, Morrisons, Waitrose and the Co-op.

The LiberEat app is free to download and always will be. There are no in-app purchases or subscriptions because we know how important accessibility is to our users. 

Our app is available to download for free from the  App Store and Google Play in the UK

The LiberEat app is only available in the UK as we only receive data from our partners which covers the UK. We are looking in to expanding internationally and excited about the next steps in this process.  

Founded in 2016, the idea for LiberEat came about from personal experiences. Our co-founder Louise was told by her GP to restrict certain foods but, as a busy nurse, she struggled to find the tools to help her source delicious foods and ingredients that she could have confidence in eating. Co-founder Barry also had a personal interest as he understood the challenges both his wife and mother faced in catering for their dietary requirements.

In the UK alone it is estimated that as many as 20% of the population have a negative reaction to food products or ingredients – that’s an astounding 13 million people who may need to adhere to dietary restrictions! And with ethical choices such as vegan and vegetarian diets becoming the fastest growing food movement, more families are looking closely at what they eat.

We understand the reality for those with dietary requirements; difficulty in interpreting food labelling, restricted variety, social exclusion, the anxiety of requiring medical interventions and, in the case of severe allergic reactions, the risk to life.

We are dedicated to making life easier and safer for those people who experience food allergies or have dietary requirements. Whether for health or lifestyle reasons, we want to take the anxiety out of buying ingredients and give real freedom when eating out to open up a world of delicious meal options.

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