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Andre Vega asked

Amazon Fresh API

Hello,

I am a young developer who will like to make a meal app. In short, I will like to passively collect my order data and send it to my app. Problem here is that Amazon Fresh seems to have no open API?

If this is the case, is there any progress on making such data available to developers?

Andre Vega

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Levon@Amazon answered

Hi there,

Please login to your Dev Portal account, and use the "Contact Us" form. We'll need to associate your account, and then we'll connect you with someone from the Fresh team for further discussion on API implementation. Thanks!

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Update: See my other answer. Thanks!

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What has been released for us to send over our ingredient lists to Amazon Fresh?

I know this has been done because both Allrecipes and EatLove have integrated with Amazon Fresh. I've used EatLove's Amazon Fresh integration and it works great. Below is a news clip of their integrations:

https://www.digitaltrends.com/home/amazonfresh-allrecipes/

It looks like EatLove may be doing something through Amazon Associates, but I can't replicate it. Can you help me out by pointing me in the right direction?

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Hi, I was wondering if this was yet available - I'm building an app that organizes about 100 of our chefs' meal templates and tries to get their ingredients delivered through Amazon Fresh. Would you be able to comment on this?

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I'm also interested in the same. I've contacted the affiliate team, but nobody seems to be able to provide API information. As @geoC mentions, if AllRecipes and EatLove are doing it then it must exist.

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Please see my other answer -- use "Contact Us" from your Dev Portal account. Thanks!

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patrick answered

Hi Levon@Amazon,

we would be interested in getting access to the Amazon Fresh API, too! Do you mean this contact form? https://developer.amazon.com/support/contact-us

Thanks in advance,

Patrick

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Hi Patrick, yes, but please make sure you are logged in to your Dev Portal account before using that form. Thanks!

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jondaley answered

After hours of bouncing around between different Amazon support people who all point to others for help, I finally figured it out on my own.


I haven't added the affiliate link yet, but that should be trivial (haha, I thought this whole project would be trivial...) to add the ?tag=... to the landing URL.

I wrote up a blog post about how I made it work, and my failures using PHP and cURL...

http://limedaley.com/post/amazon-fresh-api

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