While the fast growth of the ghost kitchen industry is exciting, it has some downsides. The industry’s rapid expansion has often meant low-quality food, a lack of transparency, and, even health code violations.
Kristen Barnett wants to change all that with her newest venture, Hungry House. Barnett, who was formerly with Zuul, wants to be transparent about where the food is made and who is making it and to have tight control over the quality. That means growth will be purposeful in the beginning as the company builds its business one kitchen – and chef – at a time.
Last month I caught up with Kristen Barnett to talk with her about her goal of building an anti-ghost kitchen ghost kitchen. You can hear our full conversation in today’s podcast. Just click play below or listen to it on Apple Podcast, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.