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.
Currently Operating in One Region
October 24, 2021
Jasmine Crowe’s Free Grocery Store in Atlanta Aids in the Fight to End Hunger
The free grocery store in Ronald McNair Middle School includes food, toiletries and clothing, serving about 80 families a week.Read on The Root »
December 9, 2022
How I Built This with Guy Raz: E467: HIBT Lab! Goodr: Jasmine Crowe-Houston
Millions of Americans don’t have enough to eat — a startling fact considering 40% of the food produced in the U.S. gets thrown away. And a lot of that food… from restaurants, supermarkets, office...Read on Wondery - Feel The Story »
November 19, 2022
Hawks and UPS Team Up With Goodr to Provide Free 'Thanksgiving Day' Groceries to More Than 400 Families in Fulton County
The Atlanta Hawks and UPS, the team’s official delivery and hometown Atlanta logistics partner, joined together with Goodr, an Atlanta-based social impact startup leveraging technology to reduce...Read on Hawks »
November 19, 2022
The 10 people transforming supply chain - including leaders from Best Buy, Goodr, and Altana
Insider has released its 2022 list of 100 people who are transforming business across different sectors, including Goodr's Jasmine CroweRead on Business Insider Africa »
April 21, 2022
Unreasonable exceeds tough diversity goal, annual report reveals — Just Entrepreneurs
Unreasonable Group has revealed it has hit its ambitious 50% diversity target in just one year.Read on Just Entrepreneurs »
February 23, 2022
Meet The AFROTECH™ Future 50 - AfroTech
AFROTECH is honoring individuals across the tech industry — including the disrupters, innovators, wealth-makers, and overall game-changers in the industry in honor of Black History Month.Read on AfroTech »
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