Frequently Asked Questions
Walmart Labs acquired Yumprint in 2014 for the data and technology behind the recipe database and clipper.
Walmart Labs acquired Yumprint in 2014 for the data and technology behind the recipe database and clipper. As technology and the needs of our customers have changed, we’ve grown our online grocery business in new and different ways. As such, we’ll be retiring the Yumprint site on March 31, 2020.
Thanks to the community of recipe enthusiasts for allowing Yumprint to play a role in their kitchens throughout the years. Customers who would like to download their saved recipes can do so by logging in to their Yumprint account prior to its retirement.
For those who would like to continue using a recipe service, we encourage customers to try BuzzFeed’s Tasty app where customers can add the entire ingredient list from a menu of 4,000 Tasty videos right to their Walmart Online Grocery carts with one click. From there, they can place their order for pickup from select stores nationwide or have the groceries delivered to their homes in participating locations.
Yumprint customers who would like to download and/or print their recipes can do as follows:
a. Login to your Yumprint account.
b. Select the individual recipe.
c. Click “Share & Print” on the right side of the window. A new popup will appear with options to share and print. To print or save the recipe as a PDF, select “print.”
d. The recipe will appear in a new window. Select the green “print” button at the top right of the page. Alternatively, to save the recipe as a PDF, navigate to the dropdown and select “Save as PDF.”
Upon completion of the site’s retirement, Walmart will delete all accounts and profile data so that it is no longer accessible. Walmart will not make any further usage of Yumprint customers’ information.