great insights Kete, this is amazingly important. What we need now more than anything else are food innovations / food business incubators that can jump on this trend and just do it before the corporate world once again figures out how to wrap things up. Imagine applying this technology to low income folks, many living in food deserts? Imagine getting there before the fast food joints block access once again and perpetuate the health crisis in low income populations. This could turn into the Uber of food service, but the problem for the startups is the need for a commercial, USDA approved kitchen. There are hundreds of for rent kitchens out there already, many combined with mentoring functions.
This is the path towards a bottom up food revolution. And the best way to secure our communities, create local employment, and kick-start an agricultural transformation towards organic. Just my take. https://www.dropbox.com/s/346acj6b6byjz1c/Food_Hunger1.pdf?dl=0