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This start-up helps low-income families afford better food

Nilus’ technology enables families to join these ‘community buying networks’ in Buenos Aires, Mexico City and Lima. It enables them to join together and buy cheaply in bulk directly from farmers and producers. By using their own homes as pick-up points and taking middlemen out of the supply chain, they can reduce costs by up to 25%.

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February 16, 2024

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