KeepMyFood: Food Organizer 4+

Track The Food In Your Home

Evan Roth

    • 4.5 • 2 Ratings
    • Free



Version 1.0 just released! Thanks so much for all the support! More exciting features coming soon!

Want to minimize food waste and save money at the same time? Tired of forgetting about food you put in the refrigerator and meant to eat, only to discover it's turned into a science experiment? KeepMyFood allows you to track all the food in your home! Organize your virtual household into spaces (refrigerator, freezer, pantry, etc.), enter in your food items, and they will appear listed by expiration date. User can also enter a description and quantity on-hand.

* Your household is cloud-synced to all your devices
* Add, edit, and delete foods and spaces
* See your entire household at once on iPad
* Full offline support for adding, editing, and viewing items

We'd love to hear about your feedback and any issues you're experiencing! You can email us at and/or follow us on Twitter at @KeepMyFood1.

What’s New

Version 1.0.1

In this version, we figured out a solution to world hunger, a way to stop climate change, and how you can find those socks that always go missing in the laundry. Ok, maybe there's a little exaggeration going on here...but we did fix some iOS 12 bugs.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

stpaulite ,

Close, but associates each food with a date

This is very close to the app I want: I just want to keep track the foods I’ve got in my 3 different freezers, and share with other devices. I don’t want recipe suggestions, or to worry about expiration dates. I just want the foods, the quantity of each food, and in which freezer. Unfortunately this app automatically sorts each freezer’s contents by date (I guess the date is supposed to be the expiration date, but the default is automatically the date you enter or edit a specific food item.) And editing the date is clunky—to avoid the default date, you HAVE to enter month, day, and year. And you can’t enter a date earlier than the day you are entering info (which would allow me to keep all the foods associated with one date). The problem: I end up with a whole series of alphabetized food lists, one for each date that I do any entering or editing. What I really want is just ONE alphabetized list of all the foods in a given freezer. I would gladly pay for such an app, but nobody has produced exactly what I want. But this is the closest.

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