Using food loss to improve nutrition and combat climate change
This is why
Food loss and waste:
In sub-Saharan Africa, nearly 50% of fruit and vegetables never make it to market for consumption. This means lost income for farmers and economies.
Food wastage is responsible for 8% of greenhouse gases. Rotting food releases methane and the resources put into producing produce - land, energy, water, inputs and capital - are also wasted.
32% of Kenyans face food insecurity or poor nutrition. 26% of children are stunted which has an irreversible impact on cognitive and physical development.
How it works
Order our vegetables and have triple impact
We deliver your vegetables
Together with the farmers, we put your order together and deliver next day
Weekly delivery is possible.
Together, we create a healthier planet
Making nutritious food more affordable and fighting climate change
We track how much food has been rescued and how much CO2 has been saved.
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The devastating paradox explained
Food loss and malnutrition leads to unacceptable high costs - direct and indirect - on individuals, families, nations, healthcare systems and economies.