Make sustainability a repeated choice.
Our solution is a marketplace where consumers can select the food that they eat more frequently, check high quality food looking at the properties based on our traceability algorithm and plan periodic orders, receiving fresh local food directly at home. Farmers will provide them all the history of their products and the food will be evaluated based on:
Join our extended community of passionate people about local high quality products and willing to make periodic orders.
Search among our offers comparing products thanks to our scores on sustainability and quality.
Choose your favourite products. The producers will deliver the food at your place.
Join us to get in touch with people passionate about local high quality products.
Share information on your current offer to get your products valued by our algorithm.
Your orders will be grouped in areas, to facilitate delivery.
More and more people are becoming aware of what they eat, because they care both about the planet and their health. But usually, when they go grocery shopping, a lot of questions pop up in their minds. “Has that beef steak been refrigerated properly? How long has that avocado traveled? How many additives has that berry?“.
People end up blindly trusting labels and certifications but this affects their wallet. Indeed, for example, people need to spend on average 47% more for organic products, compared to “normal” ones.
Furthermore, according to our surveys, 37% of people tend to strongly repeat their food purchases. Thanks to the survey, we also noted that consumers, during their grocery shopping, mainly pay attention to food origin, organic or sustainability labels, local products and economic savings.
We plan to have local producers able to directly provide food to customers
We plan to provide digital tools to farms in order to collect data to enhance their food value
We dream of farmers and consumers to be fully digitally connected
We are Agronuats, a team made of 5 MBA fellows at Collège des Ingénieurs and two PhD stuents from PoliTo. Our team is involved in Innovation 4 Change (I4C), a program in partership between Collège des Ingénieurs, PoliTo and CERN. Our challenge is "How to take advantage of value chain traceability to ensure sustainable food production systems?" and it is sponsored from CNHi.
According to the UN, material footprint per capita has increased considerably: in 1990 some 8.1 tons of natural resources were used to satisfy a person’s need, while in 2015, almost 12 tons of resources were extracted per person. Among these needs, food covers a major role.
Among the targets included in the 12th SDG, our project addresses two of them:
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MBA - Mechanical Engineering
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