Ghost Kitchen Bangladesh (GKB), Bangladesh’s first internet-based restaurant platform has won the ‘Food Frontiers: Urban Food Systems Innovation Challenge Competition 2021’ with their innovative Temperature Monitoring System called GKB KitchOS 4.0.
Food Frontiers is an innovation challenge for youth entrepreneurs to bring disruptive innovation in the urban food system of Bangladesh. The competition was organized by the SUN Business Network (SBN) Bangladesh, with Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) and World Food Programme (WFP) as co-convenors in association with the Ministry of Industries of Bangladesh, and Stellar Value Partners and Turtle Venture as its accelerators.
CEO and Co-founder of Ghost Kitchen Bangladesh, Syed Tahmid Zaman said,
“It means the world to us that global organizations like SUN Business Network, World Food Program (WFP), and The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) have recognized our disruptive technological innovation in the food-tech space.”
He added, with GKB KitchOS 4.0, we plan to improve production efficiency, reduce food wastage and monitor food handling equipment at restaurants and commercial kitchens using sensor-based IoT technology.
Almost 85 entrepreneurs took part. Finally, 6 out of 12 participants were selected for the awards based on the effectiveness of their business module where Ghost Kitchen Bangladesh (GKB) excels.