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Through Chefit, users can now book trained cook for one time cooking services and enjoy delicious home-cooked food prepared in your kitchen.

Gurgaon, Haryana Jan 12, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – After cooking over 1 million sessions, serving 6000+ households, and onboarding over 4500 cooks, ChefKart now forays into on-demand services to cater to the long-due demand of their customers. With an increasing focus on healthy eating habits and convenience, consumers are looking for alternatives to ordering online and cooking by themselves. And ChefKart’s Chefit aims at making this a matter of the past.

Imagine coming back home, tired, after a whole day’s work, and getting to know that your cook is on leave! Gives a chill to your spine and wallet, right?

Chefit by ChefKart is designed to make life easier for people whose regular cook is on leave and who are not in the mood to cook or order online. With this service, ChefKart also aims at expanding its market size and cater to more households.

Let’s take a closer look at how ChefKart’s Chefit works and how it simplifies the way people eat in Gurgaon.

What is Chefit?

Chefit connects cooks with customers who are looking for healthy and delicious meals cooked in their kitchen. Not just gastronomical, it is economical as well. The service is priced just at INR 299. Unbelievable, isn’t it? Currently, users can get a cook within 2 hours but the aim is to make it a 10-minute service. Their matching algorithm takes care of the user’s location, time preference, and cuisine preference – giving a perfect experience to the users.

The entire booking is a simple 3-step process. Visit the ChefKart app > Fill your requirements > Pay INR 299 > Enjoy delicious food at home

Neha, one of the ChefIt users describes it as Lifesaver. She further added “Often times my cook used to take unannounced leaves and I had no option but to cook for my entire family after a busy day at work. With ChefIt, my life is sorted and I can now book a chef whenever I need. Highly recommended to all the working women”

What’s in it for the Cook Community?

ChefIt is one bold step dedicated to organizing the cooking industry and promoting the gig economy in the domain. The service is well received by the cooking community and partners are excited to work and earn more. ChefKart also upskills its partners to make them a part of the mainstream economy.

One of their partners expressed their enthusiasm in simple words – “Now I can utilize my free time and earn extra to support my family. Our community never got a chance to work with a company and we are loving every aspect of it. All of my friends and neighbors are eager to join and work with ChefKart”

Conclusion

This service is suited to meet the cooking needs of people who do not have enough time or skillset to cook their own meals. This service’s convenience, flexibility, and affordability make it an appealing option for people looking to enjoy healthy home-cooked meals when their regular cook is on leave, or when they are hosting a house party. From cravings to chaos, Chefit will solve it all for you.

In addition, Chefit will benefit the local community by providing additional work opportunities. Chefit could help support the local economy and promote the growth of the Cook Community in Gurgaon. More and more people can utilize their time to create an additional source of income through a hidden talent they possess.

In conclusion, ChefKart’s latest initiative Chefit is a revolutionary solution and could not have come at a better time. With huge potential and after soaring success, expectations are high and we wish to see ChefKart succeed in its endeavors.

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