The climate is changing. Our farms and foods have to adapt.

Sync Food Security is at the forefront of this global transformation.

How we are solving it?

We are taking a three step approach.

Step 1: Prevent Food Waste.

Millions of tonnes of food or food raw materials go to waste every day, while one billion people on this planet go hungry every night.

Clearly, it is not that we are not producing enough food for everyone - its about food not being there at the right time, in the right place, for the right person.

At, Sync Food Security, we bring together data and AI powered predictive analytics from other Sync verticals, such as energy and government services -  to design the perfect logistical solutions that can prevent food waste in cold storages, restaurants, and large parties.

We are building a blockchain-enabled, end-to-end food resource tracking app, ensures that every ounce of safe, high quality food reaches hungry mouths, and not landfills.

We are partnering with the largest cold storages in India to build and test our solutions.

Step 2: Predict Better.

Droughts are now common-place in previously fertile places. Floods are more frequent and more devastating to our agriculture than ever before. Ground water reserves are not replenishing like before.

Climate Change - and all its negative impacts will first show up on our plates, and unfortunately that day is near if we don't act now.

Sync Food Security, along with its weather and climate predictive technologies, are working to predict the impact on agriculture and produce, due rise in temperature, new precipitation patterns, and diminishing ground water.

We are partnering with Rise Against Hunger India to solve this problem.
... a game-changer that brings the best mitigation algorithms to empower farmers, address food supply chain vulnerabilities and enhance food security.
Dola Mahapatra, Executive Director, Rise Against Hunger India

Step 3: Process Faster

Power outages can cut off vast swathes of rural, agricultural land. Natural disasters such as floods, earthquakes, and volcanic activity can disrupt transportation and access to such areas.

We are designing a low-power, low-cost, lightweight, portable food processing machinery that can work using solar-panel energy resources or diesel generators - that can be deployed quickly to vulnerable areas to save produce from going to waste.

These devices can also be installed by small producers, agro-warehouses, farming organizations, and cold-storages to not only save themselves from food scarcity during crises, but also use it create new community-based businesses.
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