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Infeednity for humanity!

Prevents excessive and unsalable food from being dumped and unused by distributing them to those in need.

Use Case

First, we classify food waste given by the communities and Infeedians that are still eligible to eat according to the parameters we have set. For fruits, berries, and nuts will be processed into cookies, while for green veggies will be processed into veggie chips. Banana cookies are our prospective product that can be sold by us. With a capital of Rp56,000.00, we are able to process the overripe bananas into 6 jars of banana cookies at the cost on Rp20,000.00/jar. From these sales, we can get profit of Rp64,000.00. The profits will then be used further as business capital and some will be distributed for community service as well.

Potential

In Indonesia, people throw away 300 kg of food per year. Whereas, there are still 20.3 million undernourished people in Indonesia. Thus, engaging in food recovery is a straightforward and uplifting way to respond to these problems. By implementing recovery programs, food-sector businesses can reduce the amount of material that enters into the waste stream, provide nutritious meals for hungry people in our communities, and lessen the environmental burdens associated with agricultural production, food disposal, and waste. Food recovery is consistent with a socially responsible and "green" business model. As such, it can help businesses garner good will in the community and with potential customers.

Business Case

Infeednity is a community organization that focuses on food waste, we are a tentative and flexible organization to follow with the trends and issues. Infeednity is a 2-in-1 project, whereas we work as a community service to handle hunger and environmental issues while making profits on the same time. Infeednity is aiming on a variety of ages and groups, and leaning heavily on a B2C business category. We will classify ourselves as a unique case since currently there are no or few NPO/NGO that are like us. We are working and going based on our own personnel and volunteers from each region. For starters, we will aim on helping people around our areas and regionally, and after gaining a bigger help/mass, we'll expand ourselves to a bigger scope.

Objectives:

  1. To reduce excessive and unused food waste by processing it to another delicacy.
  2. To distribute the excess food to those in need.
  3. To educate people on food recovery.

Team Infeednity

Depok, Indonesia

Our Team

Infeednity Update: Guideline Book for Infeedians and Food Heroes is Under Process

Infeednity Update: We Famous / Published May 10, 2018 by Metya Indah Firmanti

Infeednity Update: We Famous

Couple weeks ago, I went to Germany to share my publication about food waste in Depok. It was nice to hear people's thoughts and ideas about further implementation about food waste in Depok. "The publications will be published internationally on ssrn.com around a month after the conference", said the committee.

Let's Fight Food Waste for Human's Better Nutrition! / Published May 10, 2018 by Metya Indah Firmanti

Let's Fight Food Waste for Human's Better Nutrition!

Time to take pledge!
By being part of Infeednity, you can help us, Indonesia, and people all over the world to help fighting the increasing number of food waste as well as decreasing the poverty and undernourished-people number. Visit our website for more info.

Infeednity for humanity!

Indonesia is The 2nd Largest Food Wasters in The World! / Published May 7, 2018 by Metya Indah Firmanti

Indonesia is The 2nd Largest Food Wasters in The World!

United Nations stated that food waste is any removal of food from the food supply chain which is or was at some point fit for human consumption, or which has spoiled or expired, mainly caused by economic behaviour, poor stock management or neglect. Loss and wastage of food happen at all stages of the food supply chain and agricultural value chain. In developing countries, such as Indonesia, most loss occurs during production, while in developed countries much food is wasted at the consumption stage.

Indonesia sat on the 2nd largest food wasters. It is not a big surprise for us, because:
1. Indonesia's food distribution is still bad due to bad mobility compared to most developed countries. In some areas in Indonesia, we might still can see roads in bad conditions that may cause food loss because of the waddle of the transportation.
2. Indonesia has too much of culinaries. More than 500 culinaries--from Sabang to Merauke--
are genuinely Indonesian cuisines. It is a good thing yet also a sign of a bad thing. With this amount of cuisines all over Indonesia, it may lead to the increasing number of food waste. In this case, people tend to buy food to fill up their desire, not what they need.
3. Indonesia still has less sophisticated food processors. In developed countries, most food are being processed under sterilized food processors machine that can lessen the 'error' or the wastage of food. Whilst in Indonesia, most of food are still being processed manually--by human.

It is better to be late than never!
By being part of Infeednity, you can help us, Indonesia, and people all over the world to help fighting the increasing number of food waste as well as decreasing the poverty and undernourished-people number. Visit our website for more info.

Infeednity for humanity!

Infeednity Update: The Web is Ready (Almost)! / Published May 7, 2018 by Metya Indah Firmanti

Infeednity Update: The Web is Ready (Almost)!

https://myinfeednity.wixsite.com/infeednity

The Infeednity website is almost ready!
On our web, you can get the kit to do the mission as food heroes as well as information about food waste and our further activities. The website is still under development. For further information, you can subscribe us on our web!

Our Mission

Infeednity is a platform that was made to accomplish the 2nd SDGs made by UN. We encourage the Infeedians to help the government to reach the SDGs by facilitating them throughout integrated platform, innovative ideas, socialization, and future activities that may give impact to fight the hunger in the society.

Our Background

Food security is a major global challenge. By 2050, the food demand will be around 60% greater than today's. The problem would get worse if we don't take any moves to fight the problem. Due to that, we, 4 students from different major, conjoin to take movement also educate as well as facilitate people to take movement to fight food waste.

Infeednity Update: Guideline Book for Infeedians and Food Heroes is Under Process

Infeednity Update: We Famous / Published May 10, 2018 by Metya Indah Firmanti

Infeednity Update: We Famous

Couple weeks ago, I went to Germany to share my publication about food waste in Depok. It was nice to hear people's thoughts and ideas about further implementation about food waste in Depok. "The publications will be published internationally on ssrn.com around a month after the conference", said the committee.

Let's Fight Food Waste for Human's Better Nutrition! / Published May 10, 2018 by Metya Indah Firmanti

Let's Fight Food Waste for Human's Better Nutrition!

Time to take pledge!
By being part of Infeednity, you can help us, Indonesia, and people all over the world to help fighting the increasing number of food waste as well as decreasing the poverty and undernourished-people number. Visit our website for more info.

Infeednity for humanity!

Indonesia is The 2nd Largest Food Wasters in The World! / Published May 7, 2018 by Metya Indah Firmanti

Indonesia is The 2nd Largest Food Wasters in The World!

United Nations stated that food waste is any removal of food from the food supply chain which is or was at some point fit for human consumption, or which has spoiled or expired, mainly caused by economic behaviour, poor stock management or neglect. Loss and wastage of food happen at all stages of the food supply chain and agricultural value chain. In developing countries, such as Indonesia, most loss occurs during production, while in developed countries much food is wasted at the consumption stage.

Indonesia sat on the 2nd largest food wasters. It is not a big surprise for us, because:
1. Indonesia's food distribution is still bad due to bad mobility compared to most developed countries. In some areas in Indonesia, we might still can see roads in bad conditions that may cause food loss because of the waddle of the transportation.
2. Indonesia has too much of culinaries. More than 500 culinaries--from Sabang to Merauke--
are genuinely Indonesian cuisines. It is a good thing yet also a sign of a bad thing. With this amount of cuisines all over Indonesia, it may lead to the increasing number of food waste. In this case, people tend to buy food to fill up their desire, not what they need.
3. Indonesia still has less sophisticated food processors. In developed countries, most food are being processed under sterilized food processors machine that can lessen the 'error' or the wastage of food. Whilst in Indonesia, most of food are still being processed manually--by human.

It is better to be late than never!
By being part of Infeednity, you can help us, Indonesia, and people all over the world to help fighting the increasing number of food waste as well as decreasing the poverty and undernourished-people number. Visit our website for more info.

Infeednity for humanity!

Infeednity Update: The Web is Ready (Almost)! / Published May 7, 2018 by Metya Indah Firmanti

Infeednity Update: The Web is Ready (Almost)!

https://myinfeednity.wixsite.com/infeednity

The Infeednity website is almost ready!
On our web, you can get the kit to do the mission as food heroes as well as information about food waste and our further activities. The website is still under development. For further information, you can subscribe us on our web!

Our Team

Our Mission

Infeednity is a platform that was made to accomplish the 2nd SDGs made by UN. We encourage the Infeedians to help the government to reach the SDGs by ...Read More

Our Background

Food security is a major global challenge. By 2050, the food demand will be around 60% greater than today's. The problem would get worse if we don't take ...Read More

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