Allergens and Nutritional Data
These important objects are available in the recipe detail and ingredient detail endpoints. Some additional information is also available in the recipe's get nutritional data endpoint.
The values are displayed per 100g. Values that have not been specified in the recipe are omitted from this object. A list of all possible attributes in this object is provided here:
kcal kj fat trans_fatty_acids saturated_fat mono_unsaturated_fat poly_unsaturated_fat carbohydrate sugar added_sugar cholesterol protein animal_protein plants_protein fibre choline polyol salt sodium starch vitamin_a vitamin_c vitamin_d vitamin_e vitamin_k thiamin riboflavin niacin vitamin_b6 folic_acid vitamin_b12 biotin pantothenic_acid potassium chloride calcium phosphorus magnesium iron zinc copper manganese fluoride selenium chromium molybdenum iodine water
In a recipe, these values are always calculated.
It is not possible to define these nutritional values directly in a recipe. They are always calculated based on its ingredients and composition.
Nutritional Info per Portion
The API also provides a
nutrition_info_per_portion object, which shows the nutrition information per portion of the recipe. The portion size is determined by the user or calculated based on the ingredient composition and is specified by the
net_weight attribute of the recipe.
In ingredients, only the nutritional values per 100g are shown.
The full list of allergens is included with every object, followed by a number code that specifies their values:
|0||Does not contain|
|2||May contain traces of|
In a recipe, these can be manually defined.
Allergens present in the ingredients that make up a recipe will always be present in the recipe itself. Additional allergens can also be specified when editing the recipe.
The default value for an allergen is 0 (Does not contain).
The full list of possible dietary info specifications is included with every object. These are
Updated about 1 month ago