Meet the Entrepreneur Disrupting the Food Industry — for Good

Goodr in Atlanta addresses both hunger and food waste

Can technology be used to reduce hunger and food waste — and effectively create UberEats, in reverse?

The blockchain provides a transparent record of how the food was handled. Goodr delivers voluminous, detailed reports to clients that outline for example, exactly how many pounds of food were kept out of landfills and how much carbon dioxide and methane gas emissions were avoided. Goodr’s reports are so precise that clients gain insight into which foods are most often wasted, so they can buy less.

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