Incomplete Nutrition Labels
I've been using the app for a week, and am enjoying it so far. My only issue at this point is that I've noticed if using the barcode scanner for pre-packaged foods, the nutrient information provided is DEFINITELY incomplete. For example, everyone knows that oysters are a high source of zinc. However, if scanning the barcode for oysters such as https://walmart.com/ip/Crown-Prince-Naturally-Smoked-Oysters-In-Olive-Oil-3-oz-Pack-of-18/17254557 then the app gives no credit towards zinc. The app only reflects what is on the nutrition label, and since zinc is not required to be displayed on the nutrition label, the app reflects this incomplete information. The workaround I've found is to just look up the actual food for products like this and not use the barcode scanner, but that makes it a bit tedious. I'm not sure what, if anything, Cronometer can do, but wanted to mention it as an area needing improvement as it could greatly affect peoples' results if they're using mostly pre-processed foods and the barcode scanner.