Food Community iPhone App by Nommunity Helps You Locate Nearby Gluten-Free, Organic, & Vegan Restaurants

As a result of many recent food and health-related documentaries and literature, in additional to general hypochondria, more and more people seem to have developed restricted diets. Whether it’s gluten-free, kosher, vegan, or vegetarian, the process behind finding the right restaurant for the group has become a bit more elaborate. 

The Nommunity website has played host to a community of those with such dietary restrictions, offering a wealth of health information, news, and resources. The Dallas-based team, and fresh graduates of the Tech Wildcatters class of 2012, recently announced the release of their new iPhone app “Food Community.” After selecting between your preferred restaurant types – vegetarian, vegan, kosher, gluten-free, organic, and/or locavore – the Food Community app populates a list of restaurants based on your current location and desired search radius.


Green Faces. Organic Places.

The Future of Food Community

As of now, the Nommunity app only offers a map of nearby restaurants that cater to one of the six dietary restriction filters. According to Zachary Wiles, Nommunity CTO, this is soon to change:

“We are working hard to include all the passionate food bloggers out there in a fun new way. Imagine an interactive magazine, built by the community, featuring content specifically tailored to the type of food that you eat.”

Check out the Food Community App today to find healthy eats in your neighborhood.

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When Zach Davis isn't getting lost in the mountains, he is hustling from Boulder, CO as Tech Cocktail's Director of Marketing. He is the author of Appalachian Trials, a book chronicling the mindset necessary for thru-hiking all 2,181 miles of the Appalachian Trail, a feat he accomplished in 2011. Zach is a green tea enthusiast, die-hard Chicago sports fan, and avid concert-goer. Follow Zach on Twitter: @zrdavis.
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