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What to expect from ghost kitchens in the year ahead, according to Kitchen United's SVP of strategy Corey Manicone

Manicone, who previously cofounded Zuul, shares his thoughts on how the space is evolving

 

In this special episode of Take-Away with Sam Oches, Sam is live in New York talking with the SVP of Strategy at Kitchen United Corey Manicone, who previously cofounded the ghost-kitchen company Zuul. He talks about the state of ghost kitchens, the opportunity that lies ahead and what to expect from ghost kitchens in 2022. 

In this conversation, you’ll find out why: 

  • The ghost kitchen movement is young but evolving quickly
  • The ghost kitchen model creates basically limitless white space
  • The digital marketplace could give way to the virtual reality marketplace

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