DAVIS, Calif., April 8, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Foodnome, a food-focused startup based in Northern California, is unveiling a new web application to empower home cooks. Home Restaurants enable people to operate small public food businesses in permitted home kitchens. Cooks get to share unique meals, engage with their communities, and generate additional income.
The free resources Foodnome is releasing includes one-click outreach in support of the Homemade Food Operations Act (AB 626), a platform for Cooks to share their passion and experience through weekly Cook Stories videos, and a dedicated hotline providing answers for potential Home Restaurant Cooks and advocates.
"We were thrilled when AB 626 went into effect at the state level earlier this year legalizing the sale of home-cooked food," said Foodnome founder, Akshay Prabhu. "However, there is still a lot of work to be done," said Prahbu, "Each county's board of supervisors must opt-in to the bill before home Cooks can benefit from it, that is why we are providing these key resources to Home Restaurant advocates."
If you are a California resident and you want to support Home Restaurants, visit: https://foodnome.com/ab-626 to send your local county's board of supervisors a pre-written email to opt-in to the Homemade Food Operations Act. If you would like to apply to participate in the Cook Stories, email the Foodnome team at email@example.com. To access the dedicated hotline, visit: https://foodnome.com/become-a-cook.
About Foodnome: Foodnome is an innovative platform that brings people together and connects communities through authentic, healthy, home-cooked food and culture. They make it easy for passionate Home Cooks to launch their Home Restaurants and gather hungry Diners in their neighborhood. To learn more about Foodnome, visit: https://foodnome.com.