Chomp is a Food Nutrition Database API -- a commercial API with high-quality data on over 535,000 products.
We provide data on food products such as barcodes, nutrition labels, ingredients, trace ingredients, allergen warnings, product images, brands/manufacturer, countries where sold, keywords for each product, mineral content, vitamin content, and more.
Subscribers can access individual product data using a barcode, our internal product ID, or the product’s name.
Bulk lists of products can be generated using our Query Builder tool or Advanced Search API endpoint.
Query Builder uses:
1. Get all products in the United States that include cheese ingredients.
2. Get organic products that include a nut allergen.
3. Get plant based products that include vitamin B6.
4. Get products sold in a specific country by a certain brand.
Individual Product examples:
1. Get product data using a barcode
2. Get product data using the Chomp ID.
3. Get product data for foods with a name similar to a search term.
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