With the rise of platforms that allow dinner party hosts to connect with chefs, debates around regulation are surfacing

The traditional choice between restaurants, takeaways and home-cooking is being disrupted by the sharing economy. Think Airbnb, but for food.

Take, for example, platforms like La Belle Assiette, which connects personal chefs with people who want to host a dinner party in their own home, and others like ShareYourMeal, founded in the Netherlands, which allows people to sell portions of their home-cooked meals to neighbours.

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Source: Guardian Environment