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Service design / Health

Service design

A lot of our food is thrown away every day. It comes from our homes, restaurants, convenience stores. But the hungry are not able to feed themselves cleanly. They come from the urban poor, the unemployed and the beggars. How to reduce food waste in cities is an important topic. Food sharing services distribute food to poor people who need it. Poor people can buy food at the lowest price or exchange recyclables for food. Those who provide safe food receive incentive commissions. The food sharing service system will better serve the public, reduce the living pressure of hungry people in cities, and effectively reduce urban garbage.

University

Beihai College of art and design

Beihai College of art and design
beihai, China

huaxiu wang,
Beihai College of art and design

Yi Fei Qi,
Beihai College of art and design

Qiu Qi Zhu,
Beihai College of art and design

Yang En Li,
Beihai College of art and design