Chicory helps food blogs monetize recipes and connects recipes directly to leading online grocers like Peapod and Amazon
Chicory has recipe partners of all shapes and sizes. We work with Time, Inc. and can be found on MyRecipes.com. But bloggers are at our core, with over 60 recipe partners currently on our team. We appear on a variety of blogs—from daily recipe sites, to niche publications, to lifestyle blogs. Check out some of our partners; Cookistry, Crock-Pot Ladies, Runaway Apricot, Kawaling Pinoy, Real Food by Dad or Hungry Couple.
As bloggers ourselves, we’re committed to sticking up for you and maintaining your content’s integrity. We do not believe in repurposing your content without your explicit consent, and we wouldn’t ask to do so unless we felt it was in your interest. The agreement you sign with us does grant us access to your photos, which we use for social media posts and on our blog, ALWAYS with a link back to your original post.
We offer a variety of ways our food blog partners can monetize their recipes including getting a commission on orders that your readers send to online grocers and through the insights that we gain about the modern home cook from the way readers engage with your recipes and the Chicory button.
Yes! Chicory does not interfere with your recipe plugin nor any other blogger tools or ad networks.
Chicory does not negatively affect your SEO. We do frequently promote your recipes on our social media sites, though, so that should help to positively affect your blog’s search ranking.
This will depend on the grocer a reader is ordering from and whether the reader chooses pickup or delivery. Most pickup locations do not require a minimum order. Minimum delivery sizes will vary depending on the grocer. To meet any minimum requirements, we recommend your readers order a few recipes at once.
We currently work with grocers who deliver to 24 major US markets including NYC, Boston, Chicago, DC, Philadelphia, Milwaukee and Indianapolis. We are continuously expanding to offer delivery in new areas.
Chicory is still a powerful shopping tool that shows readers what national brands they should purchase in store (and the quantity of those brands) when making your recipes.
Readers can still use Chicory as a powerful shopping tool. Chicory allows readers to build a shopping list that they can then print or email to themselves, but will also provide information as to which food brands are available for purchase in local stores.
Easy! Our tool actually assumes you’ve got certain staples--they will appear greyed out as an optional item for readers. Otherwise, Chicory users can deselect ingredients that they already have and those items will be taken out of the shopping cart.