The current issueThe DFarm solution
Food spoilage
  • 67 million tons of food is wasted in India every year costing Rs.92,000 crores.
  • Globally, roughly one third of the food produced in the world (approximately 1.3 billion tons) gets spoiled every year.
  • Food spoilage is costing the world $680 billion in industrialized countries and $310 billion in developing countries.
Less food spoilage by using dFarm’s AIMS technologies with efficient storage facilities and logistics.
Minimum Viable PriceFarmer cannot sell produce at MVPdFarm sets an MVP (3 times the Farmer’s production cost) or matching the market price, whichever is higher. Resulting – Farmer’s focus on better quality produce.
Shelf lifeUnable to extend the shelf life of produceUsing only Reefer trucks and CS & CAS facilities, efficient logistics, will extend the shelf life.
PesticidesHigh usage of pesticidesWe are educating the farmers to focus on using modern growing technologies to avoid most pesticides
Produce price inflationPrices are inflated by 500% to 3500% in developing and undeveloped countries.
AIMS technology will allow the farmer to own the produce until the produce is sold to the retailer. All the services involved within the Farmer to Retailer (F2R) will come under the service industry which will avoid price inflation.
Food reserve dataDynamic food reserve data is unavailable
Dynamic food reserve data will be available in AIMS using Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, IoT and Blockchain technologies.