There are many food enthusiasts out there that enjoy eating good food and experiencing different cuisines. Due to taste, people frequently overeat without realizing how damaging this is to their immune systems. It occasionally causes food allergies and infections due to the ingredients used in the food. More than one-third of the population of the UK, or roughly 20 million people, has had food allergies over the past two years, and the number is not expected to go down any time soon. To help consumers locate tasty and hygienic places that serve food and avoid allergies, businessman Karan Ahluwalia created his endeavor, “Sort It,” to solve this problem.
An app called ‘Sort It’ allows clients to arrange their meal selections according to their dietary restrictions. The group is focused on realizing the goal of offering prolonged allergy and intolerance screening to the weak.
The team has adopted a deliberate and careful approach to designing this application and doing its utmost to close the gap between the hospitality and technology sectors. They realized that this change was crucial for resolving the given problem statements. The group is motivated by honesty and tireless effort, leaving no task unfinished. To give people a secure eating environment, they consistently collaborate with several sample locations (cafés and restaurants) throughout the UK. The proposal received much support from his university because it was original and creative. The program is prepared for release after passing all testing phases.
We were having collaborated with the emerging blockchain company, built with the United Nation’s sustainable development goals in mind. Karan Ahluwalia joined as the Business Development Lead and was invited as the speaker during the 5IRE summit. During this summit, he talked about the sustainability of the environment and presented his view to the mass audience present there.