We are feeding the world, by providing a fricitionless food supplychain marketplace that brings together all parties in the agri-food value chain.
Foodsply works more similar to a social network, but its instead. Instead prime role of the platform is farm together as a community and sell your produce at market rates and most of all earn a sustainable living.
Lack of trust and transparency in the value chain. Molestias, laboriosam obcaecati. Modi hic unde alias repudiandae laudantium non illum autem?
Market Awareness & Lack of training. Molestias, laboriosam obcaecati. Modi hic unde alias repudiandae laudantium non illum autem?
Gaining fair market value for your produce . Molestias, laboriosam obcaecati. Modi hic unde alias repudiandae laudantium non illum autem?
Large amount of food waste in the early stages of the value chain . Molestias, laboriosam obcaecati. Modi hic unde alias repudiandae laudantium non illum autem?
Agriculture is one of the largest industries in the world. Currently its going threw a revolution, let us help you navigate the new world.
International markets provide a new opportunity for farmers and value chain members to export there produce.
Train farmers on new sustainable growing methods. We will literally make you smarter just by paying attention and applying yourself.
We fight food waste by recycling it and turning it into fertilizer, which can in turn grow more food and regenerate soil.
The food you eat has to find a way to your table. We provide the network that makes it happen farm to fork service.
Embrace new ways of doing things. New thoughts and ideas, such as vertical farming, allowing farmers to grow more food in less space.
Foodsply goal is to faciliate trustless exchange between users of the platform, by doing this we can foster together and reduce bottle necks.
Foodsply is a community based agriculture platform that empowers small holder farmers. Foodsply allows farmers to sell direct and build value as a community as opposed to being an individual.
Food gets delivered by creating digital agreements between different communities.
Women produce 70 percent of Africa's food, yet most women don’t even own the land they work so hard on.
According to Heifer International, in the developing world, a smallholder farm is a family-owned enterprise operating on up to 10 hectares, or 24 acres, with most smallholder farmers cultivating less than 2 hectares, or 5 acres, of land. Most often these are women!
We operate using new innovative business models.
Africa is at the precipice of innovation and bracing for an agriculture revolution.