Collaborative Cuisine

Apps in the food market hone in on a communal approach to dining

Implications - An expanding list of smartphone apps are honing in on the communal side of dining. This shift follows up on rising consumer preferences for interactive, in-person activities that help cell phone users engage with one another in spite of the personal disconnect that often comes with technology.
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Mild Top 4 Examples: 4,534 Total Clicks Jun 14 - Jun 15
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Homemade Meal-Sharing Apps - Toronto's Homefed App is Like an Airbnb to Find Home Cooked Meals
SCORE: 5.1
Mild 1,976 Clicks Pub: Jul 10, 14
Homemade Meal-Sharing Apps
Toronto's Homefed App is Like an Airbnb to Find Home Cooked Meals
Everybody can appreciate homemade food, but not everyone can call themselves a chef—fortunately there are those who can cook well and like sharing what they make with others, and you can take... [More]
Collaborative Consumption Apps - The Ripe Near Me Local Food App Helps You Find Food Right Near You
SCORE: 5.2
Mild 921 Clicks Pub: Jun 6, 14
Collaborative Consumption Apps
The Ripe Near Me Local Food App Helps You Find Food Right Near You
Ripe Near Me is a local food app designed to help you find, sell, swap or give away home-grown produce. Although we know that it’s best to eat local or better yet, grow your own food... [More]
Multi-Course Cooking Apps - The Mix Eat App is an Aid for Multi-Course Meal Prep at Home
SCORE: 4.1
Mild 785 Clicks Pub: Dec 12, 14
Multi-Course Cooking Apps
The Mix Eat App is an Aid for Multi-Course Meal Prep at Home
Mix Eat is a concept multi-course cooking app that proposes a solution for planning and executing elaborate meals at home. The concept iOS app is set up so that you can plan big family dinners or... [More]
Mobile Meal-Sharing Communities - A Dinner Party App Brings Neighbors Together for Home-Cooked Food
SCORE: 4.2
Mild 852 Clicks Pub: Mar 18, 15
Mobile Meal-Sharing Communities
A Dinner Party App Brings Neighbors Together for Home-Cooked Food
While many people view Internet-based technology as a means for people to alienate themselves, concepts like this dinner party app prove that the web can form both virtual and physical communities.... [More]