Offering a balanced meal for children at competitive prices
Two Indonesian women have set up kitchens to produce balanced meals for children in the poorest neighborhoods of Jakarta. Beyond guaranteeing the nutritional benefits for a child, the lunch basket is competitive with the price of a meal in Jakarta and distributed by local sellers. Little by little, this project makes it possible to change the bad eating habits. Finally, the initiative has been recognized and supported financially by companies, which allows to propose a lasting activity for the local sellers.
Finding a second life with fruits and vegetables refused by supermarkets because considered "too ugly"
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