SupperKing Unveils Mobile App to Extend Sharing in Food Economy
SupperKing has unveiled its maiden mobile app
, allowing people to enjoy a collective dining experience and forge important associations. Users can now congregate with friends and neighbors in their houses for a novel appetizing and welcoming social dining experience.
They can not only exhibit their cooking skills, but also share their feast or locate a home-cooked meal in their area with the help of the app.
The conventional private city dining experience has been altered by SupperKing, allowing citizens in urban areas to share assets and develop community.
, Kai Stubble, CEO, SupperKing said, 'In a society that thrives on exploring and sharing real world interactions through a digital lens, in-person experiences are still our most meaningful and memorable connections. We created SupperKing to spark the feeling of gratitude that comes with gathering around a dining table and to create new friendships from neighbors to travelers so that no matter what city you are in, you are part of the SupperKing community and can share a meal and story.'
According to latest research, nearly half of the adult respondents admitted to eating meals alone. Based on findings by the National Defense Council study, one-fourth of the food and beverages bought by American families are thrown away.
SupperKing aims to develop the experience of hosting and dining into a flawless addition of the distribution economy. The organization aims to transform dining into a shared experience, forging communities
and decreasing the waste of food.
Melissa Schiederer, Beta User, SupperKing said, 'As someone who loves having dinner parties, SupperKing gives me a way to defer the cost of throwing them, practice new recipes, and bring existing and new friends together. San Francisco is a wonderfully diverse city, but I've noticed that people tend to get stuck in their same homogeneous social circles and this could be a great way to infuse new life to those networks. I am excited to see how SupperKing makes it easier to get together to share food and good times, but alleviates the need to awkwardly ask people to chip in to cover costs.'
Edited by Braden Becker
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