The emergence of the meal-kit delivery platform and the neo-cottage food movement reveal how logistical systems and data networks can impact the food-supply chain, potentially altering the landscape of agricultural production and the urbanism of consumption. At the same time, these industries attempt a transformation of the home economy. The meal kit preserves a recreational semblance of the domestic economy by transferring many of its tasks to centralized, data-driven, and logistically complex fulfillment centers. In contrast, the neo-cottage food movement attempts to harness logistical advances in order to intensify and expand existing home industries, promoting a domestic sphere that functions as a productive economy. Through its highly distributed and decentralized organization these cottage industries bring the sites of production closer to the sites of consumption. These two case studies are less a guide to what will happen, but rather a demonstration of plausible future scenarios in which the flow and movement of goods create unexpected or counter-intuitive material conditions.