Sage offers creative visualization of food data to drive healthier understanding of groceries

Restauranteurs and foodies alike prepare plate settings in beautiful arrangements, carefully curating visual presentations to appease the eye. Now, a new service wants to help you visualize the nutritional value of that plate in an equally stimulating display. Sage is a collaboration between designers and nutritionists in New York City to offer better food labels based on the things you care about.

Sparked by frustration with how our food data is conveyed to consumers, Sage creators designed a platform that allows users to look up products and receive simple and easy-to-navigate nutritional visualizations. By offering new insight to products, Sage helps the health-conscious diner understand important food data in a way that drives more educated and informed purchases.

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