Our API can automatically & passively collect users’ item level purchase data from online and loyalty card purchases at most healthcare, grocery, takeout and major stores (Amazon, Target, Walmart, etc.). It connects this raw purchase data to product and pricing data. App uses include: coupons, diet & fitness, healthcare and recommendation. Coupons apps will know what their customers buy and what they will likely buy. Diet and fitness apps get instant access to customers' food data without them logging it themselves. Healthcare apps can access years of your customer's food purchases. Recommendation can use the power of aggregated purchase history to anticipate what their customers might like.
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The Information Machine Ruby SDK by Information Machine can access the API to implement food product data available in online transactions. How to build and how to use guides are available along with configuration.
The Information Machine Android SDK by Information Machine interacts with the API to access food product data from online transactions. Configuration includes clientID, client secret, supermarket name, username, and password.