Just as there's Airbnb for finding temporary accommodations, there's 'The Food Corridor' for finding a kitchen rental.
This service allows commercial kitchens to list their space for sharing and in turn, interested parties will be able to have access to the kitchen for a period of time. Currently, the Kitchen Pilot is running in Northern Colorado, where The Food Corridor helps to connect those who will be able to find mutual benefits from the partnership.
The sharing economy has become a great way for groups of people to avoid the burdens of full-time ownership. This model of paying for only what is needed for a specific time (especially when it is not in use) has been applied to everything from ridesharing services to insurance plans.
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'The Food Corridor' Includes Commercial Kitchens in the Sharing Economy
- By: Laura McQuarrieMar 16, 2016