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Samsung Launches Food Planning and Suggestion Platform with 160,000 Recipes

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Samsung Launches Food Planning and Suggestion Platform with 160,000 Recipes

Samsung recently launched a food planning and suggestion platform called Samsung Food in 104 countries and regions, the platform is based on Samsung’s Next division acquired in 2019 by Whisk.

Samsung said the platform has more than 160,000 recipes, covering eight languages including English, Spanish, Korean, German, French and Italian, Samsung noted that the platform, like Whisk, allows users to search for recipes, create shopping lists, make meal plans and follow creators who pu

blish recipes.

Users can save recipes and add ingredients to their shopping lists when they do so. The platform also offers integration with e-commerce platforms in some regions, making it easy for users to purchase these ingredients. Notably, the new Samsung Food website is very similar to the Whisk website. Additionally, download links for the app still point to Whisk’s page on the Play Store and App Store.

Samsung’s Bespoke line of refrigerators will also support the app, which users can use on the screen of their Internet-connected refrigerator. The company also plans to better integrate the Bespoke line of devices, such as microwaves and ovens, with the app making cooking easier and tailoring recipes to specific recipes, and helping users set timers, preheat ovens, or change cooking settings on Samsung devices.

Samsung has also introduced personalization features through Food AI, such as the ability for users to change recipes to vegetarian or vegan-friendly, balance nutritional values by changing ingredients, or create a fusion dish by requesting a Korean version of an Italian dish.

Samsung has ambitious goals for the Samsung Food platform, which the company says it plans to integrate with Samsung Health by the end of this year to provide users with better nutritional records and diet management. By 2024, Samsung hopes to introduce “visual AI” to Samsung Food, which will allow the app to recognize food and list its nutritional value through the phone’s camera.