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Connecting Food Users with Food Makers


Obtaining food has become an ordeal for city dwellers. They are concerned about unsafe milk powder so they import vast quantities, creating a shortage in many regions and a powerful carbon footprint. They are worried about unclean vegetables so much that they only eat from large, commercial restaurants. They are scared to eat meat, since it could be full of unknown hormones, which may lead to long-term health problems.
Our project aims to give more information to the consumer about where his food comes from and how it is produced. It connects food users to food makers, and gives them the information that they need to make decisions about where and how to eat.