Rescue and distribute healthy food among community kitchens and families in low income communities
More than 820 million people in the world suffer from severe food insecurity and another 1.3 billion people have experienced food insecurity at moderate levels, while ⅓ of the food produced in the world is wasted despite being edible. Malnutrition is directly associated with chronic diseases, as well as intellectual and emotional underperformance.
Making healthy food affordable for low income people, by creating a new value chain for the base of the pyramid. Nilus has developed a technology to rescue food products that are at risk of being wasted from producers and retailers, and distribute them at 30% to 50% discount among community kitchens and families in low income communities"
Ady Beitler, CEO
Ady has over 10 years designing and leading technology projects for the base of the pyramid, including ConnectAmericas.com.
Nicolas Manes, Chief Solution and Finance Officer
Nico comes from McKinsey and Harvard Business School, and is an expert in solution design.
Karina Campos, Chief Sustainability Officer
Karina is an environmental engineer specialized in food waste, that worked for the World Bank on the matter.
Leonardo Lujan, Chief Operating Officer
Leo comes from Harvard Business School and from managing operations at Tenaris, the world's largest steel pipes manufacturer.