Farmers go social with leftovers to reduce food waste

10/10/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Social Media

A website called CropMobster that launched in March gives farmers a social media solution to the problem of leftover produce. The site, which gives farmers and growers a place to connect with potential buyers or charities in need of food donations, was created by Nick Papadopoulos, general manager of Bloomfield Farms in California, who got the idea after smaller Facebook pushes to sell discounted leftovers proved successful.

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