"We hope people can meet under more honest or transparent circumstances with the help of the contents of the fridge, because that can tell you a lot about the personality,"
Samsung PR manager Elin Axelsson
With the app, you take a photo of the inside of your fridge to share, and you can swipe right or left based on how the contents of someone else's speak to you. Never fear, though, you can also just take a photo with your phone if you don't have the Family Hub refrigerator. Half-consumed jars of condiments, cans of soda, bags of salad greens, a raw ginger root, ham -- when you start swiping around on Refrigerdating, you're getting a glimpse into the way people live. And while the app is an entertaining promotion for the Family Hub, factoring in a potential partner's eating habits isn't that goofy a thought.
Your fridge could help you fill your stomach and your heart.

"Food is really a part of our lifestyle these days, and there are so many nuances of diet -- there are people who are gluten-free or vegan -- and often [they're] most understood by someone who also has that diet," Laurie Davis, Online dating coach and author of the book Love @ First Click.

Eating habits can indicate more in common than what's on your plate!