The reliability of the global ready meal industry is rapidly decreasing. The people are becoming more allergic to food day by day, also they choose to drink smoothie they have been prepared themselves as a food replacement.
Smoothly users can easily find smoothie recipes that meet their goals. Smoothly displays the allergen filtered recipes for people who have food allergens.
Bridgen does sports professionally. He has lactose intolerance. He consumes drinks that can fulfill his energy before his strict workout. He does sports 5 times and drinks smoothie 4 times a week.
"The most important thing for me is getting enough daily protein intake for my daily needs."
Clara is a white-collar. She does sports twice a week. Although she hasn't any food allergies, she pays attention to recipes not contain milk and dairy products. Clara doesn't want to spend to much time for lunch. She thinks that she is in trouble with her overweight. She knows that skipping a meal is unhealthy. Therefore she is looking for a more practical pursuit of lunch. She finds following the same recipes boring. She drinks smoothie 5 times a week for meal replacement.
A survey study was conducted with 70 participants via Typeform survey tool.
The aims were observing whether participants from different countries had allergies, the frequency of their sports activities, frequency of making smoothies, and whether they use supplements.
There is a habit of making smoothies in America. Of the 70 users, 40 have food allergies. In Europe, this habit has just begun to be gained. As a result, athletes don't prefer milk and dairy products. In addition, Australians don't want to consume nut.