Welcome To

Farm
2
Fork

Farm2Fork is an initiative born out of the desire to support these disenfranchised growers and also simultaneously support communities facing food shortages. We use our technology to provide all buyers with a wide range of conveniently located options based on their needs and the ability of our growers to fulfil the consignment by leveraging the Farm2Fork smart marketplace platform.

Our key focus is supporting the food production industry to extract the maximum efficiency from the value chain by digitising processes and systems using the power of our platform.

About Us

One Touch Of Nature Makes The Whole World Kin

Democratisation and digitisation of fresh-produce market. We working with farmers growing the fresh produce, to improve overall efficiency by:

The broader patent-pending solution aims to leverage the use of technology to optimise yield and supply of fresh produce to market – while reducing wastage across the farm-to-fork ecosystem. This increased supply seeks to increase the affordability of fresh-produce and food-security by bringing small-scale farmers into the mainstream economy. We achieve the outcomes by using technology and Agri-Industrial processing centre to act as aggregation and share resources across the value chain. We have used technology in the following manner across the value chain.

  • Improving production yield per acre
  • Improve access to fair pricing for small-scale farmers in order to compete with commercial-scale farmer
  • Improve the overall transportation synchronisation and monitoring across the entire logistics value chain
  • Improve access to fair pricing for small-scale farmers in order to compete with commercial-scale farmer
  • Improve the overall transportation synchronisation and monitoring across the entire logistics value chain
  • Reduce the current high logistics costs
1 %

Reducing water-usage in currently what is a water-intensive process (consumes 50% of freshwater resources)

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Reducing water-usage in currently what is a water-intensive process (consumes 50% of freshwater resources)

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Reduce the current 32.7% annual production wasted, of which

1 %

lost at harvest stage

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processing and distribution

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