Is the discount sale correct?

Posted by kanriminatoku on

Is it really evil to throw away food that is still edible?

This problem is a big theme that I have been thinking about since I started the food loss business.

I always want to find a way other than throwing it away.

When I give lectures for students,

"I think it would be nice to sell, but why not?"

I often get frank opinions.

Of course, it is ideal to sell out without leaving.

However, it is precisely because it is not so easy that food loss is a problem, and a global problem that has remained unsolved for decades.

In 2017, Minatoku started selling non-standard vegetables to consumers at a low price.

However, I couldn't get over the big wall, so I gave up.

One day, I was called by a farmer and got very angry. . .

“We are not sweating to sell crooked cucumbers. Crooked cucumbers taste the same.

It was a very thought provoking word.

Food loss must be managed somehow.

But just selling cheap is a stopgap measure and not a sustainable solution.

If you sell cheaply, you need to think about the merits for the creator.

In order to realize the method that everyone can do, please develop the unmanned vending machine Fubo.

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