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Shoppable Recipes on TikTok and Hearst Magazines' properties join Instacart's existing partnership with Hearst and other leading publishers that are focused on showcasing recipes in the "Recipes" tab of the Instacart App.

Instacart debuts Shoppable Recipes with media partners

Food creators make their recipes shoppable via strategic integrations on TikTok and Tasty, and Hearst Magazines brands

Online grocery platform Instacart this week launched Shoppable Recipes, new product integrations that will allow food creators to make their recipes shoppable on Instacart via strategic integrations on TikTok and Tasty, as well as on Hearst Magazines' properties like Delish, Good Housekeeping and more.

Shoppable Recipes allow creators to share their content and engage with fans in new ways, allowing home cooks to make online recipes a reality by quickly getting all the ingredients they need, and Instacart's retail partners to tap into new addressable audiences via integrations with best-in-class content creators and entertainment brands.

The new product comes to life via an embedded "See Recipe" button featured on recipe videos on TikTok and via a "Shop with Instacart" button on recipes on Hearst Magazines' food culture properties that adds all of the ingredients to their Instacart cart in just a few taps. As of Wednesday, select food creators on TikTok can start using Instacart's Shoppable Recipe functionality in their videos and earn payouts based on engagements and Instacart orders placed. Creators will be able to choose from recipes available on and other selected sites. Tasty will also be among the first creators with access to the functionality.


Instacart's Shoppable Recipes allow home cooks to make online recipes a reality by quickly getting all the ingredients they need.

"At Instacart, we're passionate about food and we're invested in unlocking that passion for others," said Asha Sharma, COO of Instacart. "By making popular recipes from destinations like TikTok and Hearst Magazines' Delish easily shoppable in a few taps, we're helping people put that passion into action by picking up a few items from their favorite local store so they can create exciting new meals. We're expanding our touchpoints beyond the weekly grocery shop or late-night cravings, and meeting people when food inspiration strikes and they want to discover new meals and cooking experiences. It's a win for both consumers and the retail partners they shop from on our marketplace."

On TikTok, the integration is powered by TikTok's Jump program, and makes Instacart the first grocery delivery platform to integrate with the program. Viewers of these videos can add all the required ingredients to their Instacart cart in a few taps. Creators using the Jump functionality are encouraged to include #CartIt in their videos to support viewer discovery of shoppable recipe content. Instacart hopes to gradually roll out the pilot Jump to more TikTok creators, and in the coming months, creators will also be able to create and link to their own custom Shoppable Recipe content.

"With nearly 60 billion views of the hashtag #FoodTikTok, the food community on TikTok is massive and highly engaged, and we've seen creators build global audiences by sharing their favorite recipes with our users in unique and creative ways," said Isaac Bess, Head of Global Distribution & Product Partnerships at TikTok. "Jumps allow creators to create a more engaging and dynamic experience for the community, and Instacart's new integration will help TikTok creators take their food content to the next level."

Instacart will also kick off a partnership with Hearst Magazines' main food and recipe properties including The Pioneer Woman, Good Housekeeping, Country Living and Delish. As part of the partnership, Hearst will integrate Shoppable Recipe buttons onto all of their own recipe content on,,, and, allowing at-home cooks to add all the necessary ingredients to their Instacart cart, place an Instacart order and get cooking.

"We are keen to identify opportunities that enhance our audience experience and, with Instacart, we found just that," said Kristen O'Hara, chief busines

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