One-third of food produced globally is lost or wasted. Given the many starving people and poor levels of nutrition around the world, reducing this waste appear to be a key global priority. By 2050, the global population will reach 9.1 Billion. If current levels of food loss and waste are maintained, food production will need to increase by as much as 70 percent in developing countries alone, requiring investment of $83 Billion a year.
Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), having recognized the importance of an unbroken cold chain system in the horticultural value chain to significantly reduce Postharvest Losses (PHL) of fresh fruits and vegetables (FFVs) as well as other agricultural produce in Nigeria, they partnered with ColdHubs by giving us a grant to get a food logistics bus that will take care of the transportation of the FFVs since we are in the cooling system for preservation of fruits and vegetables and we've achieved greatly using our off-grid solar powered sold room(ColdHub).