Building a classifier that takes as input, a photo of a product and then identifies the common icons in that photo (e.g., recycle, non-GMO, kosher, fat free, gluten free, vegan, etc.). I am aware of the icons at thenounproject.com, but I am looking for more variants (pictures of the icons on actual products) so that the classifier generalizes well to real-world cases.


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Kwikee has a free database of current product images. It’s sponsored by manufactures; and freely available to retailers.

I would ask to see if you can get access. While not a retailer, I gained an account given I had a few good reasons for making such a request.

Thousands of brands trust Kwikee to deliver content to retailers – and retailers rely on our free, manufacturer-approved content for their e-commerce, marketing, mobile and merchandising needs.

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