THE BIG BUSINESS OF MEAL-SHARING

P2P accommodation and ride sharing have seen huge growth in recent years. It’s often assumed that the home restaurant won’t compete with commercial venues, but isn’t what they said about homesharing? Mealsharing is, in fact big business.

The concept of mealsharing goes beyond the home restaurant to include cooking classes and food tours, with travellers often booking a mixture of those experiences. Individuals and businesses are getting involved in the business too, but that's where the legal aspects of this activity start to become unclear. 
 
Licensed food providers spend a lot of money on training and equipment in order to comply with strict food safety regulations. Their premises should be covered by the right insurance and have the correct safety equipment, but how about home restaurant providers? 

Our policy paper on the home restaurant for HOTREC brings you up to date with this rapidly growing activity, maps the biggest platforms and players in the market and raises all the relevant questions for lawmakers about its future growth. 

The paper will be released within May, and we'll be sharing it on our social networks. 


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