Chicory, the premier technology company that uses artificial intelligence to create digital grocery shopping experiences, today announced the launch of their Click-to-Cart technology, making their full suite of advertising solutions, shoppable. This new technology differs from similar technologies in that Chicory’s offering sends promoted products directly to the consumer’s cart at a selected retailer, reducing touch points along the path-to-purchase.
Deterministic Grocery Shopper and Purchase Intent Data Will Become Directly Integrated into The Trade Desk Dashboard
Ok, so it’s the second day of trading for Blue Apron and my Twitter feed is exploding with people calling the IPO a failure. As of the time of writing, Blue Apron is trading 5% below it’s opening price of $10. It’s certainly it’s a rocky start to public life for the meal kit company, but they are by no means “failing.”
Amazon is set to acquire Whole Foods for a whopping $13.7B. Here are my two cents on how this news will effect the grocery industry.
Starting in June, Chicory will transition to paying all publisher partners in full every month. We will discontinue our $50 minimum earnings threshold.
We know that site speed is becoming increasingly important for all of our partners. As you work on your site’s spring cleaning plan, Chicory has been doing some tidying up ourselves!
If you've landed on this page, it likely means you've visited our booth at Pycon 2017!
Chicory is a food-tech startup that makes digital grocery shopping solutions. Our first product, the “Get Ingredients” button, allows consumers to add ingredients from recipes to online grocery carts at various retailers. But, because there is no standard for how to write out ingredients in recipes, mapping ingredient lines to products sold at the retailer becomes a challenge.
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A recent IRI study found that online grocery will be a $100B business by 2022. For most manufacturers, this represents a not insignificant portion of total sales. Accordingly, here at Chicory, we have been approached by numerous brands asking us how to approach the swiftly advancing user shift to digital grocery shopping.
Everyone and their editors scrambled, at the end of the year, to come up with the food trends to watch in 2017. Would poke come spread to more of the country? Was fast casual officially over?