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Re-Harvest Tree / Surplus Food Sharing Box

Re-Harvest Tree
Re-Harvest Tree

REHARVEST TREE is a product that helps neighbors share the leftover fruits and vegetables easily thrown away without eating due to the short period of fresh maintenance. The concept of re-harvest, which gives a second life to fresh ingredients thrown away meaninglessly, recommends responsible consumption. Tree was used as a metaphor, so people can experience the friendly country culture of the past when neighbors shared food through the simple metaphorical interaction process (provider_planting, receiver_re-harverst). Also, It can reduce food waste emissions and provide food ingredients naturally to underprivileged neighbors.

University

Hongik University

Hongik University
94, Wausan-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul, Repu
Seoul, South Korea

Daeun Ku,
Hongik University

Eunbin Kim,
Hongik University