Google News has a handy tool for those looking to clean up their cooking books.
The app is called Clean Food Crush and has been developed by the food industry’s largest food company, Nestlé, which has been in the news recently over the use of plastic bottles in food packaging.
Nestlé says it has eliminated more than 100 million plastic bottles worldwide since 2004.
“In the last decade we have spent billions of dollars on recycling, composting, compostable toilets, compostors, etc.,” Nestlé said in a statement.
“This has resulted in more than 30 billion litres of recycled water used every year in our facilities, and an average of 10 litres of plastic is recycled per person.”
The app has a number of different filters and tools to help clean your cookbook, such as removing food-grade lead, removing chemicals from food, removing pesticides and bacteria, and removing mould and foodborne disease.
To get started, users just tap the icon to start cleaning up your cook book, or tap Clean Food to go straight to the Clean Food Scrubber.
Netscape says the app will come to iOS and Android tablets later this year, and that it is being offered free for a limited time.
Check out the app on the Apple App Store and Google Play.