Restaurant Supported Agriculture

Our software partner, ToMarket.farm, is growing rapidly on the Front Range. They are solving the problems of farmers, buyers, distributors in a collaborative way through modern logistics efficiencies. Their weekly “What’s good in your neighborhood!” newsletter is specifically sent to buyers where certain products are delivered, so the buyer only sees the products available to them. Each neighborhood get’s its own newsletter, so there is no confusion. Check out July 10th Newsletter – ToMarket.farm.

Restaurant Supported Agriculture is a way for the restaurant and the farmer to benefit by both getting good deals. The restaurant gets a heavily discounted “basket” of produce for $100 with 4 days notice from the farmer. The farmer now has a recurring revenue “subscription” that helps with cash flow. It also gives the farmer the ability to move product that hasn’t sold at full retail or wholesale, or that might be “unmarketable”, but still very usable by an educated buyer.

Who wouldn’t want to be guaranteed recurring revenue for otherwise imperfect product?

What educated chef doesn’t know how to make something delicious and healthful with “imperfect” produce?

Want to find out more about what we are doing and how you can benefit? Contact us by clicking the button below.

 

 

Our software partner, ToMarket.farm, is growing rapidly on the Front Range. They are solving the problems of farmers, buyers, distributors in a collaborative way through modern logistics efficiencies. Their weekly “What’s good in your neighborhood!” newsletter is specifically sent to buyers where certain products are delivered, so the buyer only sees the products available to them. Each neighborhood get’s its own newsletter, so there is no confusion. Check out July 10th Newsletter – ToMarket.farm.

Restaurant Supported Agriculture is a way for the restaurant and the farmer to benefit by both getting good deals. The restaurant gets a heavily discounted “basket” of produce for $100 with 4 days notice from the farmer. The farmer now has a recurring revenue “subscription” that helps with cash flow. It also gives the farmer the ability to move product that hasn’t sold at full retail or wholesale, or that might be “unmarketable”, but still very usable by an educated buyer.

Who wouldn’t want to be guaranteed recurring revenue for otherwise imperfect product?

What educated chef doesn’t know how to make something delicious and healthful with imperfect produce?

Want to find out more about what we are doing and how you can benefit? Contact us by clicking the button below.

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