Food = love and love = food so it only makes sense that there's a new dating app specifically for food lovers.

Created by Samsung, Refrigerdating, lets you swipe based on what people have in their fridge. It's simple -- you upload a picture of what's in your fridge and then, like Tinder or Bumble, you start swiping, but on fridges you'd like to raid in person. That sounds way dirtier

The idea was started in Sweden where half of households are single adults.

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...

If that's the case, based on what's in my fridge right now... pickles, eggs, bread & alcohol... how can you not swipe right? It's all the essentials!

CNET says the app is free and works with their $4,000 smart refrigerator. Don't worry though, you don't need the fridge to use it so get ready to put those eggplant and peach emojis to good use.

Much like how people use filters on their dating profile pictures, Samsung says not to cheat by making your fridge seem cooler than it is (no pun intended). Eventually someone will find out you don't really eat kale.

...be yourself and embrace the leftovers...

BRB. Time to go shopping & stock up on avocados.