DishMe is an Australian startup that takes the power of the peer-to-peer sharing economy and applies it to something that every person engages in on a daily basis: dining. The app connects local chefs to consumers looking for wholesome, home-cooked meals rather than unhealthy takeout and delivery (or, perhaps even worse, their own cooking).
While cooking is a joy for many, not everyone has the time to put love into their meals. Cooking at home saves money and calories, but between grocery shopping and the preparation itself, it isn't for everyone. DishMe lets consumers get home cooking made to order without consumers having to do anything more than placing an order through an app.
The service connects consumers with nearby chefs in their neighborhood, and they can place orders that take into account their own tastes and dietary restrictions. The end-to-end app further connect consumers with couriers who deliver the freshly cooked meals, making it just as convenient as something like UberEATS yet more healthy and more personalized.
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