Edamam's Nutrition Data on The Daily Meal site
We provide an unbeatable combination of accuracy, speed and price, which perfectly suits our food media clients.
NEW YORK February 15, 2018
Edamam, a company providing cloud-based nutrition analysis and nutrition data management services, established itself as the de facto nutrition data provider to the food media space with the announcement of a number of new top-notch clients. To its already impressive client list, which includes The New York Times and Epicurious, the company is adding also storied food media brand names Bon Appetit and Americaâ€™s Test Kitchen, as well as a popular recipe destinations The Daily Meal, The Kitchn and PureWOW.
â€œWe provide an unbeatable combination of accuracy, speed and price, which perfectly suits our food media clients. In a short while, we will be announcing a few more high profile deals, which will further solidify our leadership in the space,â€� commented Victor Penev, Edamamâ€™s founder and CEO.
In addition to the large food media brands, Edamam provides its nutrition analysis services a large number of small sites, food bloggers, cookbook authors, as well as to restaurants, caterers and food delivery companies.
â€œEven though we like to emphasize the large companies we work with, our services are appropriate for any company, site or author that creates recipes or offers recipe content. Edamamâ€™s price makes the service affordable for business of any size,â€� added Victor Penev.
For companies with only few recipes, Edamam has a self-subscription tool, named Nutrition Wizard, which is easy to use and is very affordable. Companies with many recipes, can integrate with Edamamâ€™s Nutrition Analysis API, which allows for fully automated recipe analysis.
Edamam organizes the worldâ€™s food knowledge and provides nutrition data services and value-added solutions to health, wellness and food businesses. Using a proprietary semantic technology platform, it delivers real-time nutrition analysis and diet recommendations via APIs. Edamamâ€™s technology helps customers answer for their clients the perennial question: â€œWhat should I eat?â€�
Edamamâ€™s partners and clients include The New York Times, Epicurious, Nestle, Samsung, AARP and Random House.
For more information, please visit http://www.edamam.com or developer.edamam.com.
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