Chomp sinks teeth into Australia

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Posted 9 July, 2024
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Chomp co-founder Paul Wilson

Queenstown tech start-up Chomp Food Safety is expanding its focus in Australia, with co-founder Paul Wilson relocating to Queensland.

Wilson, a veteran of the resort's hospo scene, launched the user-friendly digital food safety management software back in 2016. It helps chefs streamline food safety practices in their kitchens, recording tasks like temperature monitoring, cleaning, cooling hot food, pest control, and corrective actions.

It has been seen as one of the rare successes of the burgeoning Queenstown tech scene, recognised at the 2020 MPI Annual Awards.

Co-Founder and CEO Irik Anderson says Australia's food scene is diverse and the penalties of non-compliance are huge.

"By establishing a physical presence in Australia, we can better understand the unique challenges faced by kitchens there. We’re excited to have Paul leading Chomp's expansion efforts on the ground and contributing to a safer and more efficient foodservice industry across Australia."


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