Young Farmer
SUSTAINABILITY

Our mission is to create sustainable, socially just and transparent food chains. We do this by making sharing  compliance information simple, insightful and affordable for all players in the supply chain. Our system makes it easy for processors, traders and retailers to automatically monitor the quality and durability of the products they buy. In addition, farmers can digitally prepare for their (remote) audits and share information with their buyers. Cooperatives and farmers get insight in their improvement points, for step by step further improvements.  

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AgriPlace is committed to contributing to the following SDG’s of the UN (sustainable development goals)

Enable access to markets with certification and visibility for smallholder farmers
Improve safety, productivity and sustainability practices for farmers
Create one transparent network in agriculture globally
 

Improve safety, productivity and sustainability of farmers

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Target 12.2
 

By 2030, achieve the sustainable management and efficient use of natural resources

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Target 13.1

Strengthen resilience and adaptive capacity to climate-related hazards and natural disasters in all countries

We help farmers and cooperatives of farmers, to digitize all compliance data they need to collect, in order to prepare for audits for standards like GLOBALG.A.P., PlanetProof and GRASP. They can share this information with their external auditor, who can already do a part of the audit work remotely. Cooperatives can support all their farmers and help them identify improvement points, so they can work on continuously improvement of their sustainability practices.

 

We help farmers and cooperatives with our system to comply with the certification requirements of food companies, retailers and other buyers, in order to be able to get access to new markets and buyers, against a better price.

“Today, there is very little visibility of the sustainability impacts throughout food value chains, making it challenging to identify and drive improvement. Gaining transparency through measurement and reporting across the value chain is a critical step in the path toward improving the sustainability of food systems.”

Enable access to markets with certification and visibility

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.Target 12.2
 

By 2030, achieve the sustainable management and efficient use of natural resources

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Target 10.

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As soon as farmers become part of a global network, they are able to sell their products to new buyers and markets. For this they need to show that they comply with all requirements, regarding safe, socially just and sustainable food.
 

Creating transparency in global supply chains will benefit producers to more easily find the right buyers based on their sustainability efforts. Buyers have the advantage that they can select those farmers, that can provide them with the right quality and can reward producers that produce in a sustainable and qualitative way. This creates more sustainable and fair supply chains.

Enable access to markets with certification and visibility

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Target 13.1

Enhance the global partnership for sustainable development, complemented by multi-stakeholder partnerships that mobilize and share knowledge, expertise, technology and financial resources, to support the achievement of the sustainable development goals in all countries, in particular developing countries