A start-up from Poland is offering a web and mobile application for grocery stores and food consumers promoting the Zero-Waste trend and sustainable consumption. The app will allow to share information on near-expired food products available at discount prices in grocery stores. The company is offering license agreements.
A start-up from Poland has developed a web and mobile application promoting the Zero-Waste social trend. Its goal is to prevent food wasting by sharing information on near-expired products available at discount prices in grocery stores. Consumers will gain the possibility to buy food at special prices while sellers will reduce financial costs related with disposal of expired products. The mobile app works on Android operating system. Users can log in with Facebook or Gmail. There are two types of accounts: individual for customers and corporate for business partners. The system allows online payments and sends notifications on current discounts. Licence agreement with grocery store owners is sought. Partners will encourage clients to buy near-expired products at lower prices, contributing to the reduction of food waste. App developer will charge commission on sold products (6% a year) from food sellers and subscription fees (approx. €12/year) from users.
Type (e.g. company, R&D institution…), field of industry and Role of Partner Sought:
Partner type: grocery store chains. Role: promote the app among their clients to encourage them to search and buy near-expired products at special prices. Partners will be able to run paid marketing campaigns against food wasting or advertise selected products or stores within a chain.