We define the food supply chain as a sequence of processes that occur over the course of the life cycle of a product: from the moment it is cultivated until the moment a person consumes this product.…
An open-minded food supply chain
CrowdFarming is an agri-social revolution waged by young producers in the orange fields of Valencia. Disappointed by the lack of transparency from traditional food supply chains, they decided to rein…
Thanks to the people which adopt, the Farmers produce knowing the final selling price of their harvests (adoption price). This, of course, provides them with security and motivation to get up each morning to work with anticipation. It makes a lot of sense, doesn’t it?
Who Wins What (the 3 Ws) in CrowdFarming?
We know, that you worry as much as we do about who benefits from CrowdFarming. 🤔 That’s why we decided to make a list of all the beneficiaries that came to our mind: 👩🌾👨🌾 Farmers: They determine th…
The advantages of an adoption
A few curious people ( CrowdFarmers ) asked us about the following subject: "When I order oranges from my adopted unit, does it all come from my orange tree?" It is unlikely. 🤨. "The extra virgin oli…
Adoption as a model for buying food to avoid wasting it
In order to avoid food waste, we must start with the most basic thing: producing what is really going to be consumed. In an attempt to solve this simple question, the idea of CrowdFarming was born and its proposition to adopt a tree, a beehive, a plant, an animal or an area of land in order to balance the supply of food with its actual demand.
Certifications of the Farmers, are all of them organic?
Aligning the objectives of Farmers and CrowdFarmers creating a direct sales channel means something incredible to society: we, the consumers (in CrowdFarming we call ourselves CrowdFarmers) want (need) to know the truth about how the food we consume is cultivated and produced.
Gender specification in our texts
In Spanish we have decided to use the informal “you” (=tú). Addressing the CrowdFarmers with the formal “you” (=usted) sounded a bit cold and did not reflect the friendliness we wanted to convey.
Netiquette - The CrowdFarming etiquette On social networks, we report on our new projects, give you an insight into the work of the farmers, inform you about harvest periods, share photos with you an…