Palm Desert, CA – October 14, 2021 – WHATZ2EAT, the world’s largest food-ingredient identifier app, today announced the pre-release of its first version of the IOS App, with Android to follow by January 2022.
The WHATZ2EAT mobile apps never seen before features to seamlessly curate recipes from the ingredients users already have on hand, from a simple scan or photo, thereby eliminating food waste and saving money to boot.
The Palm Desert California-based company has served as a dynamic, indispensable resource for cooks of all skill levels seeking trusted recipes, entertaining ideas, everyday meal solutions, and practical cooking tips. WHATZ2EAT will soon be a global, multi-platform brand with numerous sites and two mobile apps in multiple languages. The brand will also include licensed cookware and food prep products, with additional technologies available for licensing.
The free app is uniquely geared towards helping home cooks to culinary professionals make meal decisions with little human interaction and no guesswork. The brand’s unmatched Image Recognition, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Machine Learning capabilities have created a seamless tool to help its global user base of Millennials and Gen Z’s choose and cook meals based on the ingredients they already have in their kitchens.
“Digital experiences and tools that allow foodies and busy families alike to get the most out of every cooking experience have become essential kitchen tools. Today, 7 of 10 adults are accessing food content online and three-fourths of these cooks are using their phones in the kitchen,” said Rich DeRose, WHATZ2EAT’s CEO. “We’re excited to bring to market our leading tech-driven features and tools to consumers who crave the WHATZ2EAT app experience.”
WHATZ2EAT 2.0 app features include:
Tap Snap Cook mode allows the consumer to simply take a snapshot or scan the food items they already have in the refrigerator, pantry, freezer, even their spice drawer and receive relevant meal ideas within a few seconds, assuring they have all the necessary ingredients.
Voice Recognition and Alexa-style conversational language features that guide the user through the entire preparation and cooking stages of the recipe.
Virtual Pantry that is automatically updated as the user adds or uses their ingredients, as well as receipt recognition capabilities. Users can add items automatically by simply taking a snapshot of their grocery receipt.
Personalized Kitchen Assistant app that will include custom features such as; meal recommender; powerful search filters; handy stay bright screen; hands-free voice recognition (to keep screens clean); smart shopping lists; step-by-step video and hyper-local grocery shopping offers.
“WHATZ2EAT has already established itself as the go-to app for finding, collecting, and sharing recipes online,” said co-founder Rich DeRose. “With the release of our web app and updated features, we intend for WHATZ2EAT to become an all-in-one kitchen assistant that helps users with recipe management and meal-planning—it’s everything you need to dream up, plan, and execute meals.”
Users can access WHATZ2EAT for free, or for the full suite of features, create a CHEFFIE account for just $2.99 per month. For more information, visit us at: https://whatz2eat.com/.