Waruwa

img Bogotá, Colombia

Waruwa operates a B2B platform that delivers fruits and vegetables for restaurants and retailers in Latin America. It is reshaping inefficient fruit-veg chains, reducing intermediation and working directly with farmers, carriers and end-users. Waruwa offers an extensive variety of fruit and vegetable qualities, providing competitive and transparent prices for a different type of end-users (local groceries, supermarkets, restaurants, hotels, institutional). It is a logistics solution that reduces the role of messy food distribution centres, decreasing food waste, and empowering thousands of peasant families across the region.

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