Four years ago at the first Smart Kitchen Summit, Kevin Brown and Eugenio Minvielle got on stage to unveil their new company, Innit. The idea was essentially this: they wanted to create a platform to digitize the kitchen.
It made sense. After all, as digital subscription services abounded for things like entertainment and home security, but the kitchen was in stuck in stasis. Since that time, the company has done their part to push the kitchen digitization cause forward by partnering up with plenty of appliance makers, acquiring another startup to shore up their grocery shopping game and even powering customized meal kits.
For this week’s episode of the Food Tech Show, I decided to catch up with Brown to hear how this journey to digitize food and cooking is going. You can hear our conversation just clicking play below, finding it on Spotify or Apple Podcasts, or play/download direct to your device here.