***OVER 50 PREVIOUSLY UNTESTED FOODS INCLUDED***
***SPECIFIC FODMAP LEVELS DISPLAYED FOR MOST FOODS***
The FODMAP Friendly Food Program incorporates the FODMAP Friendly logo. FODMAP Friendly is the only registered Certification Trademark worldwide certifying FODMAP levels in food.
The logo was designed to enable consumers with symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) who are following a Low FODMAP diet to easily identify and select suitable packaged food products.
Along with testing specific products for their FODMAP levels, we have also hundreds of fresh foods, as well. The FODMAP Friendly App, displays this information straight from our accredited laboratories in a user friendly food database.
- View the FODMAP content of hundreds of various foods including over 50 previously UNTESTED foods.
- View specific FODMAP levels for foods, so as to better cater to personal thresholds.
- View each food’s overall PASS/FAIL rating according to the FODMAP Friendly Certified levels.
- View the range of FODMAP Friendly approved products, with product information and availability information.
- Use our database to find a FODMAP dietitian near you!
New products added.
Ratings and Reviews
A good start
It would be better if there was a search function for foods, and if there was a summary symbol at a higher level of which foods in each category are high and low FODMAP. It takes too much drilling down for me to want to use it on a regular basis.
Also, not all of the FODMAP accredited products are listed, such as the Naturis breads.
Ok for finding certified foods I guess
The amount of foods that are inconsistent with the Monash app really make me wish that I didn’t spend good money, and Monash promote this!?? Well maybe not the app but the site at least. The very first source cited was Sue Shepherd, who is a self proclaimed leader in low fodmapping and releases books every year with updated information. She is guaranteed to rake in the cash as her books are obsolete annually. I was reading a cookbook my mum has from 10 years ago and was horrified at the ingredients used. I wonder which version these people are using?
Food list is set up really well, moderately good amount of foods included, more need to be added. Provides general information, doesn't go into much detail. Inconsistent with results, eg can't eat rye but Alpine Rye sourdough bead is listed as a good fodmap food???
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.