DishDivvy Featured on The Food Tech 25: Twenty Five Companies Creating the Future of Food in 2019
When California Governor Jerry Brown signed the Homemade Food Operations Act into law in 2018, it opened the door for enterprising amateur cooks along the Golden Coast to start their own businesses doing what they love: cooking at home. DishDivvy jumped on the opportunity, and just like Uber pairs drivers with riders to reimagine local transportation, DishDivvy is already matching hungry eaters with home cooks through their marketplace app.
DishDivvy prequalifies home cooks, helps them get certified, and handles ordering, payment and can even help arrange for home delivery. While the cottage food marketplace space is extremely nascent, once consumers realize there’s an app for instant-access to good home cooked meals, DishDivvy could be in the pole position in their home state of California.