The Kitchen Multiverse

  1. Dark Kitchen is the traditional ghost kitchen model, in which existing or new restaurants lease ready-to-use kitchen spaces or a facility they adapt as a kitchen, bring-in their own equipment and labor in order to cook their own menus under their own brands. The source of power comes from a smooth operation and brand positioning within target segments. Typically, dark kitchens define their food verticals (ie. chicken, beef, fish, vegan, paleo, Asian, Italian, Mexican, etc.) and the brands’ segmentation (based on socio-economical analytics). Their revenue source is the income generated by food sale, as if they were a traditional restaurant. Some examples within the category are CloudEats in the Phillipines and Foodology in Colombia.

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