pool.farm

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pool.farm's latest proposals

  • Collaborative lists

    Nudging is about suggestion. Some ideas, however, are hard to implement because it takes a minimum of X participants to be financially viable. Using Facebook groups is a great start but it ends up being a lot of comments that are hard to manage.
    The suggestion is to use a collaborative list management platform called pool.farm and described here : "https://cartoon.pool.farm".
    Here's how it works : a "pool admin" starts a list (a "pool") and invites others to join. The platform helps manage the collaborative list.
    Businesses can also upload a catalogue on pool.farm, which is really cool because it makes it easy for their customers to start pooling.
    Currently in functional BETA phase. Expected launch in June.

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  • Empower diversity of meals, order in groups

    It's interesting to note that there is potential to improve the choice in meals in hospital/care surroundings. These locations can have a lot of residents, who need food. It's a great opportunity because the cultural diversity of the residents is often not represented in the food offer.

    On the other hand, there are numerous suppliers who would like the business : local restaurants, caterers, home cooks (Gastronaut-style) etc.

    Our suggestion is to list the possibilities offered by local suppliers that are "referenced" by the facility, in order to enable the residents to order food that will be delivered.

    There are numerous possibilities, by engaging partnerships with local restaurants, caterers or home cooks.

    The solution that we could suggest is for Södersjukhuset to identify a small number of suppliers; list the offers on pool.farm (collaborative orders); and, using pool.farm, organise group orders delivered at pre-agreed times.

    This can also be the basis for other services such as daily or weekly orders from shops or maybe a farm.

    Please be in touch if you want to elaborate!

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  • Collaborative purchase lists in the neighbourhood

    A lot of waste of time, money and CO2 happens when buying food. Imagine meeting your neighbour in a shop : it's a wasted opportunity to collaborate. You could have communicated that you were going there, which would have reduced the wasted costs associated with getting the food. This reduces the costs for food that is a bit hard to get (direct from farmer etc).
    Here is a description : "https://cartoon.pool.farm"

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  • Buy with a neighbour or a colleague

    Buying with a neighbour or a colleague means that you reduce the cost of transport or delivery. So the cool suppliers you choose (on the pictures, products from FranceFromage.se and @ekobonden) are cheaper to buy.
    Here’s the idea : try the pool.farm platform, it helps manage collaborative purchases. You can also upload your catalogue there.

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  • Choose KRAV suppliers

    Bagarmossen Resilience Center organised a collaborative order of KRAV trees this year. They identified a supplier and organised a pool with pool.farm. The trees are KRAV certified and the cost is much lower than when buying individually.
    Sustainable, socially engaging and cost-efficient.

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