Ghost Kitchens

This solution was shared by PRE-LAUNCH RESEARCH TEAM , 14 May 2021

Print date: 02 September 2022 20:52

Description of the innovative solution

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In urban settings, people are particularly lacking time and are surrounded by unhealthy options. Finding a way to feed people healthily in a city could have huge public health implications. This innovation involves the mass production of healthy, affordable meals which would be distributed to individuals, freeing people up to spend more time with family or working. The mass provision of nutritious food would remove the burden of healthy eating from an individual and place it with centralized large kitchens known as "Ghost Kitchens."

Supply chain segment

Wholesale, markets and retail

Maturity level

Moving to scale

Criteria

Food affordability

SDG target

SDG 2: Zero Hunger SDG 3: Good Health and Well-being SDG 10: Reduced Inequality

Context

Urban

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Instructional guide to starting Ghost Kitchens
Business case
Instructional guide to starting Ghost Kitchens with advice for different business model scales and general overview of profitability and risks of this undertaking.
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What Are Ghost Kitchens: Everything You Need to Know
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Blog article explaining ghost kitchens
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