Chicory Announces AmazonFresh and Instacart Integration, Making Recipes Shoppable to Millions More American Households

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Chicory Announces AmazonFresh and Instacart Integration, Making Recipes Shoppable to Millions More American Households

Integration Will Offer Fresh Grocery Delivery in 40% of U.S. Zip Codes and Include 1-Hour Delivery

Chicory, the New York-based foodtech company that is paving the way for grocery ecommerce technologies, today announced that they are integrating with AmazonFresh and Instacart, beginning April 1, to provide recipe ordering solutions to more than 80M shoppers across 3M recipes and 1,000+ sites. Through these new integrations, Chicory will be able to double the retailer capabilities on their shoppable recipes, now reaching 40% of US zip codes and truly expanding the way their technology turns recipes into reality.

This new integration leverages Chicory’s already vast network of millions of recipes and makes them shoppable, with just a few clicks, to consumers. Through Instacart, Chicory will be able to offer users one hour delivery from over 125 major retailers including Costco, Safeway, Publix and HEB. Through AmazonFresh, Chicory’s technology will pair users with the nation’s largest ecommerce retail site to order groceries.

“Chicory is excited to join with top grocery ecommerce providers to bring recipe ingredients to the doors of consumers across the country,” said Yuni Sameshima, Chicory CEO and Co-Founder. “It’s been amazing to see our network grow, and with these integrations, we can now offer a much more seamless experience to millions more customers looking to buy recipe ingredients online from their favorite recipe websites. This will be the next step to catalyzing online grocery adoption and we’re proud to be a part of it.”


Chicory’s signature “Get Ingredients” button appears on over 1,000 recipe sites and reaches 80M monthly online shoppers, making them the largest shoppable recipe network in the world. Users of sites like Betty Crocker, Food & Wine, Perdue.com and blogs including Sally’s Baking Addiction, Half Baked Harvest, Budget Bytes and Le Creme De La Crumb will now be able to order ingredients for the recipes they are looking to cook, directly to their home.

 

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Get Lucky With These Popular Saint Patrick’s Day Recipes

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Get Lucky With These Popular Saint Patrick’s Day Recipes

Saint Patrick’s Day is right around the corner. Get ready for all things green and festive! Whether you’re Irish or not, you can celebrate with good food, good drinks and good company. In this round up, we have compiled some of the most frequently searched St. Patrick’s Day recipes in our network to help you decide what to make this year. From green drinks to Irish classics, there is something for everyone this St. Patrick’s Day. We’re feeling especially lucky about these five!

Sparkling Green Sangria:

Looking for green alcoholic drinks for St. Patrick's Day? Sparkling Green Sangria from This Mama Cooks is the perfect refreshment for all of you wine lovers out there. This classy cocktail is a hit at parties and features cucumbers, grapes and apples. Get the recipe here.

One Bowl 8 Ingredient Irish Coffee Fudge Brownies:

These fudge brownies will impress guests and family members alike with a rich chocolatey taste and coffee undertones. The best part is how easy they are to make! This recipe from Half Baked Harvest can be made in one bowl with only eight ingredients. It is Irish inspired because of the coffee and Bailey’s Irish Cream in the recipe. This combination makes for a delicious and rich brownie that will win you some major brownie points!

 

Irish Apple Cake:

This authentic Irish Apple Cake can be enjoyed just about any time of the year, but is a great way to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day. Serve yourself a slice of this cake that features sweet apples and a creamy whiskey sauce. Find the recipe here from Baking a Moment.

 

Guinness and Coffee Irish Beef Stew:

Although March is the beginning of spring, oftentimes we’re still using our favorite recipes to keep cozy in the cold temps. This stew will warm you up with a few Irish classics--beef, potatoes, coffee and beer. This stew is thick and hearty, so it can be a meal to eat with friends, or just something to curl up with on the couch. Sometimes we all need classic comfort foods, especially when winter is dragging on! Get this recipe from the Chunky Chef!

 

Grandma's Irish Soda Bread:

This ultimate St. Patrick’s Day classic has been enjoyed by the Irish (and non-Irish alike) for decades. This recipe from Sally’s Baking Addiction is from her Irish grandmother, who loved to bake for the March holiday. While homemade bread can sound daunting, this recipe is as simple as it is delicious. Topped with butter and perhaps dipped in soup, this recipe would make the perfect St. Patrick’s day snack!

 

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Thanksgiving Recipe Trends

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Thanksgiving Recipe Trends

Just when you're all probably sick of the endless Thanksgiving leftovers (That's a thing, right? Or are all leftovers good leftovers?), we've got our roundup of Thanksgiving food trends!

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Meet Dolores

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Meet Dolores

Chicory, a New York-based foodtech company paving the way for grocery ecommerce, today announced the release of their artificial intelligence engine, “Dolores.” Dolores introduces advanced technology, which intelligently matches digital recipe ingredients to purchasable products that consumers are or will be looking for. Consumers can then buy the shopping list with just the click of a mouse via one of Chicory’s grocery integrations.  

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Announcing Chicory's Click-to-Cart Technology

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Announcing Chicory's Click-to-Cart Technology

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.

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Blue Apron's IPO & Its Lasting Effects

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Blue Apron's IPO & Its Lasting Effects

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.”

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