The BBC has launched a new app for iPhone and Android to help consumers save on food.
The app, Egg, is a smart food diary that keeps track of the best dairy-free and vegetarian foods in the supermarket and lets you search for the items you need.
Users can save money on milk, cheese and butter, or even the best meatballs.
The app will show you which items are vegan, vegetarian or dairy free and then allows you to buy those products on Amazon.
“It’s not a perfect solution for all shoppers,” says Adam Williams, director of marketing for the BBC.
“But it’s one that will help save some money and will allow you to get the products you need.”
It’s a new way to save, with more than 10,000 people signing up to the Egg app, which has been developed by the BBC Food team.
It also includes a guide to the best veg and dairy-friendly products, and a link to the Vegan and Dairy Free section of the supermarket.
Vegetarians can use the app to find all the products they need to save money, including cheese, milk, yogurt and butter.
However, it also has a section on the best eggs in the UK, with the best vegan egg and cream available from the EggShop in Reading.
There are a number of options for vegans.
You can choose from a range of veg-friendly eggs and veg proteins, as well as the best non-vegetarian eggs, milk and cream.
There is also a section of vegan cheese for those who are lactose intolerant.
Other options include vegetarian cheeses and veggie and meat-free desserts.
You can also buy the best vegetarian egg replacer for a price of £6.99 from the BBC, but you may need to go into the shop to get it.
Users can also look at the best organic eggs, and the best quality non-organic eggs.
To make it easier to shop, the app includes a store locator and a shopping list of foods in which you can shop.
It also includes reviews of products from the UK’s leading suppliers, including Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Marks & Spencer.
When you buy a new product, the BBC says it will provide a link back to the product page so you can see what other people have said about it.
“If you have any questions or comments, you can email us at [email protected],” it says.
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