At Farmed Today, we identified the key problem of the current food system as following flaws:
Embrace a Healthy Lifestyle
Enjoy natural foods, full of vitamins and minerals. At Farmed Today, we are focused on offering foods that not only taste, but also feel good. Great nutrition is the fundament for a healthy body and mind.
Today, small farmers and food producers are struggling against corporate giants. When you shop at Farmed Today, we make sure to provide them with fair margins and a direct supply chain. Honest and Transparent.
Reduce Food Waste
30% of all food in Europe is being wasted due to it having the wrong form, shape or colour. With Farmed Today, you can get access to these and use them for consumption.
So far we rescued more than 3000 kg of vegetables and fruits. Help drive a change to a more sustainable food system!
How it all Started
The company is managed by Demba Lehrer, founder and managing director. He is overseeing all activities and operations. His experience lays in business administration, sustainable supply chains and the hospitality- industry:
‘Having a farmer as grandfather and a chef as my father sparked my passion for taste and flavours. Since I was young, I was fascinated and affected by the food and drinks industry. During my studies at Hotelschool the Hague, I came across fundamental issues within our current food system that affect food production, distribution, waste and logistics. Issues that will limit our supply of highly qualitative and good tasting produce, if we don’t act now. So I founded Farmed Today in order to improve the global food supply and distribution. Farmed Today is working on this mission by restoring local food systems from the inside-out.‘
- Demba Lehrer, 2017.
Our vision is to create a fair and sustainable food system.
Farmed Today is caring about the planet and its children.
We believe food belongs to the people.
We believe in biodiversity and sustainable agriculture.
We support the decentralisation of food supply chains.
We foster relationships between farms and plates.
Eat local, sustain global!