A user would be able to save a recipe on her desktop, shop for it on her mobile phone and cook it, using her tablet.
New York, NY (PRWEB) June 28, 2013
Edamam, a company aiming to organize the world’s food knowledge, released an upgrade to its site, allowing people to save recipes from anywhere on the web. The company has developed a best-in-class recipe finder engine available on http://www.edamam.com and as an iOS and Android application. The recipe finder engine saves people time by delivering few high quality results for recipe searches. It also empowers people to find recipes based on health and diet restrictions, such as vegan, gluten-free or high-protein. Now, users of Edamam’s website can, not only find a recipe quickly, but save it with one click and use it later for shopping or cooking.
“The number one request from our users was to be able to save recipes in a virtual recipe box. We focused our efforts on delivering this functionality,” said Victor Penev, Edamam’s CEO. “
Edamam plans to release the functionality for its mobile apps within a month and allow instantaneous sync across devices.
“A user would be able to save a recipe on her desktop, shop for it on her mobile phone and cook it, using her tablet. We aim to make the whole process of finding, shopping for groceries and cooking as easy and intuitive as possible,” added Victor Penev.
Launched in 2012, Edamam is leading the way in applying semantic technology to food content and building applications to help consumers make smarter food choices. Edamam’s best-in-class recipe finder is available both as a mobile app and a website. It is the top choice for finding what to cook for many consumers. In addition, Edamam powers nutrition for companies such as The Daily Meal and Whole Foods. The company’s goal is to organize and democratize food knowledge to help people eat better.
For more information, visit http://www.edamam.com.