The partnership will give Kitchology access to Content Checked’s vast database of nutritional and ingredient information on over 300,000 packaged food products available for sale and distribution in the United States to power its platform.
LOS ANGELES and GERMANTOWN, Md. (PRWEB) February 23, 2016
Content Checked Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB:CNCK) (“Content Checked”), a creator of mobile applications for people with dietary restrictions, today announced a partnership with Kitchology, Inc. (“Kitchology”), a mobile platform that provides tailored recipes to consumers with special dietary needs. The partnership will give Kitchology access to Content Checked’s vast database of nutritional and ingredient information on over 300,000 packaged food products available for sale and distribution in the United States to power its platform. Content Checked will gain access to the Kitchology platform, including core recipes and curated recipes modified for and by consumers with dietary restrictions or allergies.
“We’re thrilled to partner with Kitchology and work in tandem to offer complementary solutions to families dealing with food allergies and sensitivities,” said Kris Finstad, CEO of Content Checked. “More than 15 million Americans suffer from food allergies, 60 million plus care about food sensitivity, so it’s important to educate consumers about what ingredients are in packaged foods, and empower them to take steps to cook sensibly.”
Content Checked will grant Kitchology a limited, non-exclusive and worldwide right to use, display, analyze and use results of the analysis and refer to Content Checked’s database to make decisions regarding information that Kitchology will present to users of the Kitchology Platform. The partnership will allow Content Checked to integrate Kitchology’s database of core recipes into its platform via recipe channels and will give existing users access at no additional fee. Content Checked users will also gain access to Kitchology’s integrated method to plan, purchase, cook and share the food, experience and items related to special diets.
“Having access to Content Checked’s database will take our platform to the next level of functionality and give our users the most comprehensive platform to cross check ingredients in recipes for hidden allergens,” said Alain Briancon, PhD, CEO of Kitchology. “Families with food allergies are at the forefront of the food and wellness movement. With this partnership, we will leverage our assets to empower families and enhance their quality of life and safety, whether in the kitchen or on the go.”
For more information on Content Checked, or to download its apps, please visit: http://www.contentchecked.com.
For more information on Kitchology, or to download the app, please visit: http://www.kitchology.com.
About Content Checked
The Company has created a revolutionary marketplace for people with dietary restrictions and the organizations who cater to them by creating and introducing the ContentChecked, MigraineChecked and SugarChecked smartphone applications. ContentChecked and MigraineChecked are the first applications with comprehensive and accurate content information, and in-depth allergen and migraine definitions for over 70% of conventional U.S. food products.
Each app gives consumers the ability to scan a product’s bar code and determine if it is safe for consumption based on their allergy settings. The apps will recommend a suitable alternative if a product does contain one or more of a user’s allergens. This enables the applications to meet the needs of millions of people in the U.S. In the U.S. alone, there are more than 15 million people who suffer from food allergies and 38 million people who suffer from migraines and chronic headaches. The food allergy and intolerances market has been valued at approximately US$13 billion in 2015. As a result, Content Checked has created a pivotal way for food manufacturers and producers to showcase their products to consumers who are actively seeking them at the point of purchase.
Content Checked has created a robust database of allergens, migraine triggers and food ingredients that directly correlate with food allergies, intolerances, migraines and chronic headaches. There are currently hundreds of thousands of products in its database, updated regularly. All applications serve as easy shopping tools for consumers to decipher often misleading food labels and receive recommendations for healthier alternative products as they shop in real time. Content Checked’s mission is to offer fast, reliable and efficient mobile apps that help consumers make more informed purchasing decisions and live healthier lives in accordance to their dietary preferences.
For more information on the Company, please visit its social media channels via Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/contentchecked); Instagram (http://www.instagram.com/contentchecked); or YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMihoaZILlRZ2C3hmx5vXhQ).
Kitchology is the first company to create an integrated cooking platform for people dealing with food allergies and special diets. It allows consumers to overcome the limitations imposed by food restrictions. Kitchology applies machine learning to nutrition science, profiling and social curation to help the home cook match and modify recipes to satisfy the challenges of food allergies, intolerances and special diets. Kitchology enables meal planning based on ingredients previously used and explored, personalized, ingredient substitutions, purchasing with intelligent shopping lists, step-by-step cooking, and fosters influencer relationships.
For more information on Kitchology, please visit its blog (http://blog.kitchology.com) and social media channels via Facebook.com/Kitchology.Inc/, Pinterest.com/Kitchology, YouTube.com/Kitchology and follow @kitchology or @kitchenchick on Twitter.
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