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Whisk releases apps that make recipes shoppable

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Whisk it up and start again: recipes get stoppable and collaborative thanks to apps
Whisk it up and start again: recipes get stoppable and collaborative thanks to apps
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Whisk cross-platform apps make recipes shopping lists – and make them collaborative

Whisk is aiming to simplify the ‘food journey’ from recipe inspiration to meals on the table, cutting food planning and shopping time from hours to minutes – all thanks to apps

 

Whisk, a smart food platform acquired by Samsung NEXT earlier this year, has launched a set of multi-platform apps, featuring a new, connected recipe box and collaborative shopping lists.

 

Available now on the iOS and Android app stores, web, Chrome extension, Bixby, Alexa, and Google voice assistant, Whisk gives users a faster way to plan and shop for meals by turning saved recipes into collaborative, smarter shopping lists. All lists are instantly shoppable across 32 integrated online grocery retailers across the world, or users can take an optimised list to buy in-store.

 

The average grocery store shopping trip takes 41 minutes - that’s a staggering 50 hours per year spent in the grocery store. The $11 trillion global grocery market is going through many changes as millennials and gen Z are buying in very different ways than their parents. 76% are sharing the grocery shopping responsibility, shopping at an average of 4.4 stores, with 70% of the population predicted to buy groceries online by 2025.

 

“More than half of the U.S. population still makes shopping lists using pen and paper, yet most people are looking for food inspiration digitally. Hours are spent looking for food content online - seeking new and healthier meals. However, the data shows people generally end up cooking the same 7-9 dishes on repeat. There’s a fundamental disconnect between the online and offline that Whisk can help connect,” says Nick Holzherr, Head of Product, Whisk at Samsung NEXT.

 

By using Whisk, consumers can connect their recipe discovery to meals on the table by saving, organizing and turning those recipes into shareable shopping lists. From any platform with Whisk, users benefit from integrated nutrition data, serving size adjustments, automatically combined items across recipes, and a shopping list that can be sorted by aisle or recipe.

 

New features give users the ability to turn any recipe into a collaborative shopping list to buy online or in-store. Save recipes from Whisk’s partner publishers, including the Food Network and BBC Good Food, and turn them into shopping lists in one click. Add some or all recipe ingredients to your list and easily uncheck the ingredients you already have.

 

Recipes and shopping lists can be shared with anyone via SMS, email or URL, so others can view or edit your list or save and shop your favorite recipes. If your hands are full, use voice assistant apps like Bixby, Alexa or Google Home to simply add items to the shopping list as you take inventory of your pantry or fridge.

 

Groceries can be ordered and delivered to the door, transforming shopping lists into online grocery orders in seconds. Whisk finds and remembers your preferred store, enabling you to purchase from popular online grocers like Amazon Fresh, Tesco, Asda and Waitrose.

 

Since 2013, Whisk has been powering half a billion connected food experiences per month across millions of online recipes with many of the world’s leading food publishers, brands, and retailers. Whisk’s Food Genome is an intelligent deep learning-based natural language processing algorithm that maps the world’s food ingredients, their relationships, their properties (nutrition, perishability, flavour, categories) as well as offering food purchase options. It’s a combination of this deep ontological understanding of food with massive data about user behaviour that drives accurate, smart results from any source, at scale.

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