Team LL-food

Yogyakarta, Indonesia

  • Education / Awareness / News
  • Rural / Urban
  • Asia

Our Team

Explore meeting #brainstroming / Published November 4, 2014 by Miftahudduha Kholidun

Explore meeting #brainstroming

Define what the challenge means to you.

Reinvent the production and consumption
of food in order to feed
9 billion people sustainably by 2050.

Interview users / Published November 4, 2014 by Miftahudduha Kholidun

Interview users

We were working on this project yesterday (Sunday, November 2nd 2014). We went to Prambanan district (Central Java province) and got some interviews with local farmers. We got new insights and also found sorghum plant that grows wild near the field. What will we do with these informations?

We will inform you soon about what will we do next. See ya!

Target #1 / Published November 4, 2014 by Miftahudduha Kholidun

Target #1

we planning for doing an empowerment society base on local food product deversification.

research #1 / Published November 4, 2014 by Miftahudduha Kholidun

research #1

Some of our references to build and develop our projects

1st Meeting_Duha and Suko / Published October 29, 2014 by Ardhika Ulfah Fakhruddin

1st Meeting_Duha and Suko

During the discussion

Our Mission

In Indonesia, people eat rice as their staple food. The problem is the distribution of rice is bad. This problem leads to a bigger problems: starving and malnutrition. In the other hand, Indonesia has so many agricultural products that can substitute the function of rice. We think that if the people can stand for life by eating the other agricultural product that can substitute rice and found easily in their neighborhood, it would be so much better. We would educate them about eating local agricultural product and also educate them about the technical processing of the products. We think that this idea is good and appropriate with our background as agricultural technology students.

Our Background

Our team consist of three students of Agricultural Technology Faculty, Universitas Gadjah Mada Indonesia. Two of us take the Food Technology major and the other take Agricultural Engineering. We are interested in local food issue since we think that local food should be an alternative to answered the problem of starving and malnutrition in Indonesia. LL-food stands for Love Local Food, as we believe that by loving local food we can change the people's way of eating. From eating rice to eating their own local food. LL-food mission is to educate them to process and eat their own local food.

Explore meeting #brainstroming / Published November 4, 2014 by Miftahudduha Kholidun

Explore meeting #brainstroming

Define what the challenge means to you.

Reinvent the production and consumption
of food in order to feed
9 billion people sustainably by 2050.

Interview users / Published November 4, 2014 by Miftahudduha Kholidun

Interview users

We were working on this project yesterday (Sunday, November 2nd 2014). We went to Prambanan district (Central Java province) and got some interviews with local farmers. We got new insights and also found sorghum plant that grows wild near the field. What will we do with these informations?

We will inform you soon about what will we do next. See ya!

Target #1 / Published November 4, 2014 by Miftahudduha Kholidun

Target #1

we planning for doing an empowerment society base on local food product deversification.

research #1 / Published November 4, 2014 by Miftahudduha Kholidun

research #1

Some of our references to build and develop our projects

1st Meeting_Duha and Suko / Published October 29, 2014 by Ardhika Ulfah Fakhruddin

1st Meeting_Duha and Suko

During the discussion

Our Team

Our Mission

In Indonesia, people eat rice as their staple food. The problem is the distribution of rice is bad. This problem leads to a bigger problems: starving and malnutrition. ...Read More

Our Background

Our team consist of three students of Agricultural Technology Faculty, Universitas Gadjah Mada Indonesia. Two of us take the Food Technology major and the other take Agricultural Engineering. ...Read More

The information contained here represents student project ideas developed as the result of brainstorming activities during Round 1 of the TFF Challenge. It does not represent any final business plans or commercial products.