The Group of Seven Chefs is a team of cooking experts that put in the hard work of testing foods and products or equipment you don’t have to. We built an entire test lab in the heart of our best assessments just to make sure that when we say something is worth your money, we can back it up with good sense and value to your tests.
Who we are
Our mission is to introduce more different tested quality food fashion along with helping you buy the best stuff and love what you’ve already got. That means we’ll have wise suggestions for you—no matter what your budget—and we’ll show you how to get the most out of the stuff you already have.
We believe that thorough, unbiased, hands-on testing is the best way to determine a product’s quality. We support transparency in the scientific method, as any decent scientist should. Although not everyone will always agree with our recommendations (we’re looking at you, worldwide brands), they will always be aware of how we arrived at them. And we are always happy to share the expertise we have learned.
Curious about how we test?
Real test labs. Real people.
As product reviewers, we base our decisions on the scientific method. That indicates that testing and transparency are inherent parts of our methodology.
Product reviewers frequently fall victim to their own biases or rely on their findings on data from standardized tests. Our team of experienced professionals is led by a scientist who is responsible for ensuring the accuracy of our data.
The Group of Seven Chefs is a place where everyday people come to put their passions to earn, provoking curiosities and fueling the stories that sit beneath the surface of your everyday purchases.
We respect science and the worth of knowledge. We’re an opinionated bunch when it comes to products, but they’re opinions founded in good and healthy foods along with recipes and products to delight your life, roll-up-your sleeves research. Sometimes we get wet, Sometimes we have to eat a lot of food (for research!) and other times we have to get wet or muddy. We want to know our material most of all so we can share it with the rest of the world.