The Hague, The Netherlands | Published on: September 8, 2013
Social media pitch
From artichoke to zucchini: teach kids all about fruit & veggies - by playing with them! New quiz #kidsapp
What you don’t know, you won’t eat. Fresh, a new quiz app, teaches kids all about fruit and veggies - while playing. The colorful illustrations teach children what their food looks like before it’s chopped, sliced and diced. It shows them a table full of veggies, then asks which one is the spinach. It dares them to race each other picking red fruits that grow on trees. “It’s a wonderful way to discover Brussels sprouts - and maybe even try them at dinner!" says dad and designer Xander Wiersma.
Fresh is great for kids five years and up. Over 100 questions will help them identify 57 different types of fruits and vegetables, encourage them to try new ones and help them develop a healthy lifestyle. Fresh can be played on your own or with a friend. Fresh is also great for parents: play together and teach your child the dietary benefits of fruit and vegetables in a fun way!

Fresh is hand-painted by Swiss illustrator Zara Atelj. This children’s app is designed especially for the iPad and will be available on the App Store, in September 2013, for USD 1.99 / € 1,79.
Fresh is spoken in 20 languages, including Arabic, Dutch, English, French, German, Japanese, Russian, Spanish and Swedish.

About Appracadabra
Children's apps should add beauty, heart and soul to the world of kids. They should be ad-free, readable by those that can't read yet and inspiring. Appracadabra is an independent publisher specialized in beautiful, usable and honest children's apps for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, most in over 16 different languages. Appracadabra was founded in 2011 and is based in The Netherlands. Appracadabra first app Count the Animals! won a Junior Design Award for Best Educational App 2012.

Fresh does not contain in-app purchase, push notifications, ads, social network integration like Facebook or Twitter, hidden tracking software or external links.

“It’s a wonderful way to discover Brussels sprouts - and maybe even try them at dinner!”

— Xander Wiersma, dad/designer