FOOD MONSTER INDONESIA

FOOD MONSTER INDONESIA, Get Your Fresh Food in Your Hand Everyday.

We are connecting product from farmers to consumer by using GACPS technology so vegetables and eggs will have improve quality.

Use Case

We know in this world there are two big problems caused by food. That is how to feed 9 million more people in 2040 and make their lives healthier. And second problem is food waste, food waste is influenced by several factors and the biggest factor is the failure of selling experienced by farmers and traders so they let the crop decay. Therefore, we provide solutions to solve problems, using GACPS technology in the treatment, where consumers get food products that are free from microbial pathogens (such as Salmonella and E. Coli), the product remains in fresh and high good condition, have a longer shelf life, and get special services to exchange bad products with a fresh product. while the bad products will be a second product so that our business concept is completely zero waste.

Potential

We are sure if FOOD MONSTER INDONESIA is really realized, then the benefits will be felt by many people. We believe that because our main goal is to help people around the world not to starve, to have a healthier life, to welfare the farmers as food producers, and to reduce the world's food waste and foodborne disease. especially for Indonesia, it can distribute food in all remove area and reduce malnutrition & starving.

Business Case

Our business have simple business model, we just help farmers sell their products to potential customers directly and use GACPS technology to keep the product free of pathogenic, have high quality, and have longer shelf life. we will get benefit from the sale. However, in our model business, we provide a little extra service to customers that are products that do not sell or eat to the specified limit can be exchanged for new products with the same amount to us. We will get additional benefit from this service, because our technology can keep the product quality back and we can sell it again or we can process and sell it into second product. So, our business model is really zero waste. We are aware to realize it all we need partnership, that is farmer, investor, seller, and consumer.

Objectives:

  1. Feeding 9+ billion people in the world with fresh, healthy and high quality products, free of Salmonella and E. Coli.
  2. Help farmer to sell their product, so farmers will avoid losses from failing to sell.
  3. Reduce food waste by delivering quality products to consumers and converting unsold products into other products that can be sold.

Team FOOD MONSTER INDONESIA

MALANG, Indonesia

Our Team

Our Workspace / Published May 7, 2018 by Widya Habib

Our Workspace

we have already worked all day and all night to make this machine so it will help people against food insecurity and safety.

Improve Nutrition and Keep Environment Sustainable Food / Published May 6, 2018 by Festus Septian Yoesafat

Improve Nutrition and Keep Environment Sustainable Food

https://kumparan.com/@kumparanfood/tingkatkan-gizi-dan-jaga-lingkungan-dengan-sustainable-food

Food is the one of the essential needs of human need. Not only serves to expel hunger, consume various types of food can also improve health and organ function.
However, as the increasingly diverse types of food that is more easily obtained, it is even more widespread cases of malnutrition that hit the various countries. According to Prof. Ir. Ahmad Sulaeman, MS, PhD, a nutrition and food safety expert of BAI/IPB (Bogor Agricultural Institute), in a study found the fact that as many as 870 million people worldwide suffer from chronic malnutrition, including in Indonesia. As many as 37.2 percent of Indonesian children are experiencing malnutrition that result in the emergence of dangerous diseases in the old days.
Several factors contribute to the increasing number of cases of malnutrition in the world. The lack of variation in the menu of food, as well as the number of food ingredients are wasted into several main factors.
Prof. Ahmad Sulaeman explanation there needs to be a sustainable food concept to increase the nutritional value and protect the environment from damage. Talking about it, what exactly is the concept of sustainable food?
The concept of sustainable food developed by FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization) is an effort to protect consumers while keeping the conservation of the earth simultaneously by paying attention to foodstuffs, the process of manufacture, and waste generated. By implementing a sustainable food system, we can ensure that the food through the processing process is good and good impact on the environment.
To make it happen, according to Prof. Ahmad, there are steps that can be done by people who want to implement sustainable food. The first to know the types of packaged foods that have been fortified or have experienced the process of adding nutrients and vitamins beneficial to the body.
Whether you realize it or not, nowadays many types of food have less balanced nutrition. And the consumption of fortified foods such as cereals, milk, baby formula, to packaged herbal tea is believed to be an additional solution so that less nutrition cases can be reduced.
Second is to pay attention to the waste produced by food. In addition to causing illness, food waste is also at risk of damaging nature. Some ways that can be done is to process food waste into something more useful and does not leave food because it can be a hotbed of germs and disease if not reprocessed properly.
And the last thing is to give priority to the food ingredients produced by local farmers. In addition to joining the nation's economic welfare, foodstuffs produced by local farmers are believed to be healthier and contain fewer additives and preservatives.
In addition, buying vegetables and fruits during the middle of the season can also be done. Seasonally-grown vegetables and fruits do not contain much chemicals, making them healthier and safer to eat.
In addition to meeting the nutritional needs, by applying the concept of sustainable food, it has become an ethical consumer responsible with food and the environment

Papua Provincial Government Shocked about 61 Asmat Children Died from Bad Nutrition

The Provincial Health Office of Papua shocked about the existence of church reports from Asmat Districts that related to the deaths of 61 children due to the malnutrition and measles diseases. This incident was the last extraoordinary incident of an similar case that happened in 2011. According to Ministry of Health data, there are 646 children affected by measles outbreak and 144 children suffering from malnutrition in Asmat. Also found 25 children suspected of measles and four children affected by measles and malnutrition.
Geographical conditions and lack of medical personnel and food are the main causes of malnutrition in Asmat.

sources:
http://www.bbc.com/indonesia/indonesia-42646288
https://news.detik.com/berita/d-3815561/pemprov-papua-kaget-61-anak-asmat-meninggal-karena-gizi-buruk
https://nasional.kompas.com/read/2018/01/29/18120331/ini-gambaran-menkes-tentang-kondisi-korban-gizi-buruk-di-asmat
http://www.dw.com/id/kematian-anak-akibat-campak-dan-malnutrisi-di-papua-meluas/a-42253790

We famous / Published May 6, 2018 by Widya Habib

We famous

we and our machine food monster Indonesia have been filming for national TV Station called Laptop si unyil and Dunia Binatang trans 7. also have been filming for campus TV station" UB TV".

Indonesia Second Largest Food Waster / Published May 5, 2018 by Widya Habib

Indonesia Second Largest Food Waster

http://jakartaglobe.id/business/indonesia-second-largest-food-waster/

According to the Economist Intelligence Unit, Indonesia is the world's second largest food waster, squandering nearly 300 kilograms of food per person each year.
The high rate of food loss in Indonesia, an energy specialist says, could be due to inadequate infrastructure between food producing regions and major population centers, which causes delays in food transportation.
The fact that Indonesians waste so much food is ironic as millions in the country suffer from malnutrition — 7.6 percent of the 260 million population, according to the EIU report.

Our Mission

FOOD MONSTER INDONESIA want to be the large agricultural startup in the world, that not only exist because advantage for company but also to help all people in the world for not hungry and have more healthy life, we also want to help farmers to solve their problem, especially to sell and reduce food waste and foodborne disease.

Our Background

Our team consist technical engineering, food scientist, biotechnology and agriculture management from Brawijaya University. We want to solve problem about egg and vegetable product from local farmer that have short self-life and will be food waste if unsold, low quality, contain residues pesticide and pathogenic bacteria due to inappropriate post harvesting handling. so our team want solve the problem to increase long self life, quality, safety, food security, and food waste.

Our Workspace / Published May 7, 2018 by Widya Habib

Our Workspace

we have already worked all day and all night to make this machine so it will help people against food insecurity and safety.

Improve Nutrition and Keep Environment Sustainable Food / Published May 6, 2018 by Festus Septian Yoesafat

Improve Nutrition and Keep Environment Sustainable Food

https://kumparan.com/@kumparanfood/tingkatkan-gizi-dan-jaga-lingkungan-dengan-sustainable-food

Food is the one of the essential needs of human need. Not only serves to expel hunger, consume various types of food can also improve health and organ function.
However, as the increasingly diverse types of food that is more easily obtained, it is even more widespread cases of malnutrition that hit the various countries. According to Prof. Ir. Ahmad Sulaeman, MS, PhD, a nutrition and food safety expert of BAI/IPB (Bogor Agricultural Institute), in a study found the fact that as many as 870 million people worldwide suffer from chronic malnutrition, including in Indonesia. As many as 37.2 percent of Indonesian children are experiencing malnutrition that result in the emergence of dangerous diseases in the old days.
Several factors contribute to the increasing number of cases of malnutrition in the world. The lack of variation in the menu of food, as well as the number of food ingredients are wasted into several main factors.
Prof. Ahmad Sulaeman explanation there needs to be a sustainable food concept to increase the nutritional value and protect the environment from damage. Talking about it, what exactly is the concept of sustainable food?
The concept of sustainable food developed by FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization) is an effort to protect consumers while keeping the conservation of the earth simultaneously by paying attention to foodstuffs, the process of manufacture, and waste generated. By implementing a sustainable food system, we can ensure that the food through the processing process is good and good impact on the environment.
To make it happen, according to Prof. Ahmad, there are steps that can be done by people who want to implement sustainable food. The first to know the types of packaged foods that have been fortified or have experienced the process of adding nutrients and vitamins beneficial to the body.
Whether you realize it or not, nowadays many types of food have less balanced nutrition. And the consumption of fortified foods such as cereals, milk, baby formula, to packaged herbal tea is believed to be an additional solution so that less nutrition cases can be reduced.
Second is to pay attention to the waste produced by food. In addition to causing illness, food waste is also at risk of damaging nature. Some ways that can be done is to process food waste into something more useful and does not leave food because it can be a hotbed of germs and disease if not reprocessed properly.
And the last thing is to give priority to the food ingredients produced by local farmers. In addition to joining the nation's economic welfare, foodstuffs produced by local farmers are believed to be healthier and contain fewer additives and preservatives.
In addition, buying vegetables and fruits during the middle of the season can also be done. Seasonally-grown vegetables and fruits do not contain much chemicals, making them healthier and safer to eat.
In addition to meeting the nutritional needs, by applying the concept of sustainable food, it has become an ethical consumer responsible with food and the environment

Papua Provincial Government Shocked about 61 Asmat Children Died from Bad Nutrition

The Provincial Health Office of Papua shocked about the existence of church reports from Asmat Districts that related to the deaths of 61 children due to the malnutrition and measles diseases. This incident was the last extraoordinary incident of an similar case that happened in 2011. According to Ministry of Health data, there are 646 children affected by measles outbreak and 144 children suffering from malnutrition in Asmat. Also found 25 children suspected of measles and four children affected by measles and malnutrition.
Geographical conditions and lack of medical personnel and food are the main causes of malnutrition in Asmat.

sources:
http://www.bbc.com/indonesia/indonesia-42646288
https://news.detik.com/berita/d-3815561/pemprov-papua-kaget-61-anak-asmat-meninggal-karena-gizi-buruk
https://nasional.kompas.com/read/2018/01/29/18120331/ini-gambaran-menkes-tentang-kondisi-korban-gizi-buruk-di-asmat
http://www.dw.com/id/kematian-anak-akibat-campak-dan-malnutrisi-di-papua-meluas/a-42253790

We famous / Published May 6, 2018 by Widya Habib

We famous

we and our machine food monster Indonesia have been filming for national TV Station called Laptop si unyil and Dunia Binatang trans 7. also have been filming for campus TV station" UB TV".

Indonesia Second Largest Food Waster / Published May 5, 2018 by Widya Habib

Indonesia Second Largest Food Waster

http://jakartaglobe.id/business/indonesia-second-largest-food-waster/

According to the Economist Intelligence Unit, Indonesia is the world's second largest food waster, squandering nearly 300 kilograms of food per person each year.
The high rate of food loss in Indonesia, an energy specialist says, could be due to inadequate infrastructure between food producing regions and major population centers, which causes delays in food transportation.
The fact that Indonesians waste so much food is ironic as millions in the country suffer from malnutrition — 7.6 percent of the 260 million population, according to the EIU report.

Our Team

Our Mission

FOOD MONSTER INDONESIA want to be the large agricultural startup in the world, that not only exist because advantage for company but also to help all people in ...Read More

Our Background

Our team consist technical engineering, food scientist, biotechnology and agriculture management from Brawijaya University. We want to solve problem about egg and vegetable product from local farmer that ...Read More

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