Amazon Partners Up with Allrecipes & EatLove to Make Meal-Prepping Easier for You

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In a bid to expand its online grocery delivery service, AmazonFresh integrates with Allrecipes and EatLove to offer customers buying options on recipes directly from both websites.

Allrecipes is the world’s largest food focused online social networking service, with 80 million users worldwide and 1.5 billion annual visits.  With the new AmazonFresh functionality, users can now enjoy same-day home delivery of every ingredient found on recipes you would like to follow.

The shoppable ingredients list lets you send all of the ingredients and products to your AmazonFresh shopping cart where you’ll see product details and pricing information.  You can also customize your shopping list with your preferred food brands and select your preferred delivery time.

“Our integration with Amazon will make it easier for millions of home cooks to order all of the ingredients needed for dinner that night or for a weekly meal plan — and have them delivered to their doorstep within hours. We’re providing an unparalleled level of convenience, and making it that much easier to turn the food inspiration our audience sees on Allrecipes into reality,” Jon Werther, the president of Allrecipes’ parent company Meredith National Media Group, said in a statement.

A few days after the announcement of Amazon and Allrecipe’s collaboration, is another team up with a nutrition-focused website.  This time, it’s with EatLove, an online service that allows its users to create a customized meal plan according to their own diet and health goals, along with personal taste preferences and any medical condition.

“The collaboration with AmazonFresh is the natural next step for EatLove further simplifying weekly meal planning with online shopping and ordering, all under 10 minutes,” says EatLove CEO Monique Nadeau in a statement.

These two recent partnerships will definitely make your meal planning and preparation easier, quicker and a lot more convenient!