Providing an end-to-end profitable solution for businesses to reduce food waste and combat hunger
- Already diverted nearly five million pounds of food from landfill.
- Clients include Atlanta’s Hartsfield Jackson Airport, SAP, the NBA, The Georgia World Congress Center, Netflix, Six Flags, and more.
- Featured by the New York Times as a Good Tech award winner alongside Microsoft and others.
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February 19, 2021
Goodr CEO turned her passion into a multimillion-dollar business: 'I'm really motivated by all the naysayers'
Jasmine Crowe launched Goodr, a food waste management company, in 2017 to reduce food waste and combat hunger.
August 2, 2021
Listen to Jasmine’s smart insights on using blockchain to help solve the food-waste problem, advice for women and minority entrepreneurs, and more.
July 30, 2021
By: Pratibha Vuppuluri, Managing Director, Global Portfolio and Investments, Unreasonable
April 27, 2021
Sustainable Waste Management Platform Goodr Exceeds Goal By $500K In Pre-Series A Funding Round - AfroTech
Goodr, a Black-owned and Atlanta-based sustainable waste management platform, has just announced that they’ve exceeded their own expectations. In a press release announcement, it was revealed that...
April 26, 2021
Unreasonable Collective deploys over USD3m in high impact tech ventures within first five months of launch
Unreasonable Collective has closed Q1 2021 with investments in Classcraft, Goodr, At One Ventures and Turtle Tree, totalling more than USD3 million.
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