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I thought, food actually connects and what if you were to start looking at people who want to have the same food? There was something connecting people based on music, but nobody was doing it with food.Mentioning specific foods, such as guacamole, potatoes and chocolate were especially enticing, with 100 per cent more incoming messages.The Star spoke with Bhatia about researching via pizza parties, enlisting food influencers and his own search for love. I was on dating sites — Tinder, Bumble, and some others — and getting lost in the crowd. They were very profile-based and the process of connecting felt a bit empty to me.So I researched the different factors that connect people and food was the No. So I’m like, “Let me give it a shot and create something on my own.”How did you do your research?I looked at what instantly connects people and found that it was the same taste in food — and music, which was a close second.
Bhatia, originally from India, came to Canada in 2012 to do an MBA at York University’s Schulich School of Business.