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FoodMaven (04:35)

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Food surplus occurs for a variety of reasons. Patrick Bultema discusses his agricultural background and selling high quality, imperfect food to food services, reducing waste.

Working With FoodMaven (04:33)

Chef Adam Branz discusses reducing food waste, misconceptions about food surplus, and cost savings. Bultema discusses FoodMaven's system and logistics.

Company Beginnings (05:42)

Bultema discusses establishing FoodMaven, finding solutions, financing, and fighting hunger. Modern agriculture is an ill-working concentrated system; Bultema regularly speaks with farmers about issues.

Reducing Food Waste (03:45)

A farmer explains the process of working with FoodMaven, the company's potential impact, and challenges farmers face.

Business Growth (04:59)

Bultema discusses increasing the reach of FoodMaven, working with government agencies, business concerns, and personal satisfaction. See a preview of the next episode.

Credits: FoodMaven (02:39)

Credits: FoodMaven

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FoodMaven

Part of the Series : Start Up
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Patrick Bultema is a true industry maker whose mission is to eliminate food waste. Growing up on a farm, it pains him to know how much food is thrown away that farmers have worked so hard to produce, so he’s addressing the problem at the source. FoodMaven sells high-quality local, oversupplied and imperfect food from distributors, manufacturers, and producers to restaurants and institutional kitchens at a significant discount. This is a fascinating story about doing well, while doing good.

Length: 28 minutes

Item#: FPT203040

ISBN: 978-1-64867-551-5

Copyright date: ©2019

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