Limiting food waste while promoting better nutrition for populations in precarious situations
In order to offer an alternative to traditional food aid and to allow precarious populations to have access to fruits and vegetables, Guillaume decided to launch a solidarity grocery network unlike any other. Indeed, they would be fed through the recovery, from wholesalers, fruits and vegetables edible but intended to be discarded (poorly calibrated, slightly damaged, etc.). ANDES or when the circular economy rhymes with eating well.
Proposing a food solidarity that allows the poorest to feel "customers" rather than "assisted"
Developing the practice of "foraging", which consists of picking fruits and other edible plants in public places such as parks or roadside trees, freely accessible and yet often abandoned