A little research across metro cities with over 2,000 correspondents—both consumers and homemakers—indicated that over 10 percent of homemakers were keen to start a home kitchen if they had a platform that was able to address their challenges and help them run a business in a professional way.
The consumer research also established that 90 percent of respondents preferred home food over eating outside. Also, 97 percent trusted home food to be healthy and hygienic.
Wholesome and homemade
These two insights led to Mona Dahiya starting up Homefoodi along with her husband, Narendra Singh Dahiya, with a two-fold mission of having a startup from every home (Ghar Ghar Startup) and Healthy Nation. She claims that Homefoodi is the world’s first mobile application for homemade food by home chefs.
“We connect home chefs from diverse backgrounds and cultures who have a passion for cooking with consumers who desire regional authentic home food that is delicious, wholesome, and prepared in clean and hygienic home kitchens.”
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