Caloricious was officially set up in August of 2009.

Caloricious launches new application for mobile devices to help customers find nutrition-specific products Caloricious announced today the launch of the 1st custom internet search engine for cellular devices that allows customers to find nutrition-specific products within their local supermarkets. Caloricious was officially set up in August of 2009 .0, and offers the next features: Related StoriesNutrition vital for patients dealing with severe burnsWWP's Physical Health and fitness Program hosts wounded veterans for fitness and nutrition seminarClinical dietitian provides tips to reduce red meats consumptionA quick, easy search of more than 30,000 food and beverage items;Customer ability to identify products predicated on nutrients, allergens, ingredients and preference, such as for example organic, natural, vegan and vegetarian;Basic explanations of health benefits for each product;Calorie labeling and marking questionable additives; Traffic light labeling alerts indicating high extra fat, cholesterol, sodium and sugar;Spelling correction and search tips, including descriptive keywords, such as for example high proteins bars or gluten free cereal .Currently featured on the front page of the Brand-new and Noteworthy section on the iTunes app store, and coming in at $2.99, Caloricious shall continue steadily to add products, recipes and additional nutritious information as the application gains momentum among consumers.