How to Get a Home-Cooked Meal Anywhere in the World

Jay Savsani describes his early success with, a website that connects tourists with locals offering a free meal

In less than a year, has built a community that spans 400 cities worldwide. (© Craig Lovell/Corbis)

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What is next for you?

Meal Sharing's goal in the next few years is to have the number of hosts sharing meals around the world exceed the number of “Top 3” major fast food restaurant locations. That would really say something if we succeed—that the world stood up and said, "I would rather trust my neighbor for food.” With enough people Meal Sharing, we will have people eating healthier and wasting less, all while breaking down cultural barriers.


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