In this week’s Digifest Innovator Profile, we chatted with Josh Domingues, the founder of Flashfood. The company is tackling the food waste issue, by creating services that encourage sustainable food shopping.
Josh’s first product was an app for environment (and price) conscious grocery shoppers to buy surplus good at big discounts. It was a way for shoppers and grocers to reduce waste and increase savings.
Josh recently launched a second product! Flashfoodbox is an “ugly produce” subscription service that delivers imperfect veggies and fruits to your door.
There is a good chance you’ve seen Flashfood, either accepting Best in Fest award at Startupfest 2017 or maybe pitching on an episode of Dragons Den. Josh’s ability to marry social impact with business smarts has earned him recognition worldwide, including first place in Digifest’s own IT’S A START pitch competition last year!
To learn more about how Josh is taking on the food waste crisis click here:
For more insights from this innovator, read through our full interview here.