Yummly announced today it will be powering the results for recipe searches performed on DuckDuckGo, the search engine built on protecting the privacy of its users.
“Yummly’s technology understands recipe search queries and we’ve worked together to create a great recipe instant answers experience,” said DuckDuckGo founder and CEO Gabriel Weinberg.
According to the announcement, DuckDuckGo is now one of over 4,000 developers and companies currently leveraging Yummly.
Created as a recipe discovery platform, Yummly claims its semantic search technology is capable of understanding, analyzing and mining data to return “smart, personal and useful” results.
“We’ve been thrilled with our partnership with DuckDuckGo,” said Yummly COO Brian Witlin, “It is clear that the Yummly search functionality is an integral part of their food vertical specific endeavors and they have quickly become one of our most active partners.”