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About FoodAdvisr

Advisr Technologies was founded in 2016.  Our vision is simple: to give people the ability to make instant and accurate informed choices about their food, based on their personal needs, preferences or lifestyle.

We partner with a range of international and national retailers and eateries, and welcome any new retailers or food operators who are keen to provide their customers with transparency into the content of the food that they’re choosing.

FoodAdvisr is available for Android or Apple devices, putting the power at your fingertips whatever device you’re using.

What we are

Inclusive.  Transparent.  Accurate.

Empowering individual choice.

Catalysing collaboration in communities.

Trustworthy and committed.

What we are not

Assuming everyone has the same needs.

Making decisions for you.

Judging your needs or lifestyle choices.

Letting your needs exclude you from choice.

Scott and Kieran Food Advisr

Our Founders

Scott and Kieran

We’ve known each other for 30 years.  We each have over 25 years of experience in leading complex organisations.  We share the same values and principles.  We will not compromise on those ethical foundations.  We believe that what we are doing with FoodAdvisr will make a big difference to millions of people and their health and well-being.  We are committed to contributing something meaningful and lasting.

That’s why you can trust that we will do everything we can to bring value to our users, communities, clients, suppliers and investors.

What’s the story behind FoodAdvisr?

Simple: Nuts and Labels!

Over a beer one evening, Scott was telling Kieran about his son’s nut allergy.  Everywhere Scott and his family went to eat, they had to go through the same routine of checking with staff about the nut content of all the dishes on the menu.  An ever-present epi-pen is one way of dealing with the problem, but surely there had to be a better way.

So they decided to do something about it…