DTT has developed the Canteen Scan in collaboration with the Netherlands Nutrition Centre.
The Canteen Scan is a tool that supports organisations to focus on healthy nutrition choices in their school cafeterias, sport accomodations and company restaurants. The tool has been live since the end of January and we would love to share the positive words from Irma Evenhuis, project coordinator at the Netherlands Nutrition Centre:
"The Canteen Scan, an online tool that helps providers to make their eating and drinking facilities healthier, was ready for an update. We have put a 'dream scan' on paper with all our wishes and those of our users. Together with DTT, we translated it into a design, which was then built.
With multiple user roles, different needs per environment where food and drinks are available (school, sports, work) and the link with an existing food database, the Canteen Scan is not a simple tool. But DTT has succeeded in translating our wishes into a nice tool. The new Canteen Scan is a visually modern, adopted and user-friendly web app.
Those involved in canteens and restaurants can enter the products offered and their placement on the basis of photos. Users additionally receive advice for improvement, so that locations are able to take steps towards a healthier eating environment that stimulates consumers to make healthier choices.''
For more information about the Canteen scan, click here.