Is there a need for farmr?

Is there a need for farmr?

Is there a need for farmr app? Who would benefit from it?

Let me start with another question before we try to find out an answer for the question above. How many of you are living in urban areas (population with over 50,000 per U.S Census Bureau)? I am sure many of you are...

There are about 4.02 billion people living in urban areas as per the World bank census in 2016 and the population is growing at 2.03% year-over-year as the people are migrating to the cities for various reasons.

Do these many people have access to fresh food?

Why farmr was found?

Why farmr was found?

What is farmr? and why we found it?

Why eat processed food while you can eat fresh?

This question resonates as I started thinking about topics like organic revolution, eating fresh and live healthy.

How many of us know how ethically the produce that we eat was grown and under what circumstances the chickens were raised? In the era of internet, we read product descriptions and reviews before making any purchase. Do we have time to do the same while purchasing the farm produce? Do we even have that information available? Isn’t that a problem?