The midíadía API provides access to nutritional data from thousands of packaged products, allowing developers to create websites and apps that quantify and display relationships between product recipe information. The data could be used for developing applications that help manage special dietary restrictions, such as allergies and intolerances, as well as for optimizing nutrition. The API is well documented through Apiary.com, and uses HTTP requests that accept the JSON protocol. Developers interested in consuming the midíadía API need an API secret key for authorization, which can be obtained through signing up through the midíadía service.
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