Food Explorer Club 4+

Put an End to Picky Eating‪!‬

The LGP Group LLC

Designed for iPhone

    • Free

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Mealtime - Gamified! Make mealtime fun for kids and easy for parents with an app that encourages kids to try new foods and make healthy choices! Say Goodbye to Picky!

Start using the Food Explorer Club app today - a great tool to help families with picky eaters.

It can be hard to get kids to try new foods. The Food Explorer Club app gives parents a way to encourage and excite them about trying all types of food. Parents assign badges and points when their picky eater tries new foods and continues to eat the ones they want them to eat. Then kids can trade in their points for rewards set by the parents.

Food Explorer Club features:

EARN BADGES & POINTS: When a child tries a new food, parents choose the badge that fits that food, then assigns the number of points. There are even badges for taking vitamins and having a clean plate.

THE BIG REVEAL: Once the parent has assigned badges and points, the child opens the crate that appears to reveal what they earned. Kids get so excited to see their badges and love competing with siblings to see who has the most points.

REWARDS: Parents can create rewards with their child that can be redeemed with the points. Being rewarded positively is a great way to encourage healthy eating habits. Rewards we’ve seen kids love include a trip to the park, sitting in Dad’s chair at dinner, and dessert. The best part is that it’s up to the parent to decide what rewards are given and how many points it takes for them to be redeemed.

LIMITED EDITION BADGES: Surprise! Kids love surprises and so do we. Be on the lookout for Limited Edition Badges that will only be available for limited periods.

PARENTS ARE IN CONTROL: The app is designed for the parent. Parents choose which badges their child earns along with the number of points. So if your child has allergies or your family doesn’t eat certain foods, that’s okay. You are in control of what your child sees.

ABOUT US: We are the parents of two picky eaters and used this tactic to help them try new foods! Before the app, we lived in a world of chicken fingers and pizza, now they love to eat salmon, apples, and carrots. We cannot wait to share this platform with all of you and hope that it transforms your child’s picky habits into a love of healthy foods.

Learn more about the Food Explorer Club app and how to connect with our community of parents at

What’s New

Version 2.0

New Look & Feel - Completely redesigned with a more streamlined appearance and easier user interfaces.

Create Your Own Badge - Parents can submit badge designs for their kids to be redeemed via a code or scanning a QR code and can be shared with other families.

Rare Badges - Badges have a % chance of being ‘rare’ or ‘super rare’ to help keep kids more engaged.

Share Profile - Parents can now share profiles between accounts. This would include other family members or professional therapists.

Recipe Ideas - Parents can now let kids help pick the badges they want to win by seeing some great snack and meal options inside the app that link to outside recipes/pages.

Notes - Parents can now add notes to each badge awarded and review them later. This will be super helpful to remind parents if kids liked or didn't like certain foods or the way it was prepared.

Quests - Kids can now work to win Food ‘Quests’ which are a set or collection of badges they can complete to get a special Quest Badge.

Multiple Trivia Facts for Each Badge - Each badge can now support multiple trivia facts, and all appear randomly when the badge is awarded.

Stars Option - For younger kids, we have made STARS available as a reward system instead of points.

Login through Facebook / Apple / Google - this will make creating an account even easier for users.

App Privacy

The developer, The LGP Group LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary based on, for example, the features you use or your age. Learn More

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