Our goal is to empower farmers, food businesses, and local communities around the world with the tools required to develop more sustainable practices, working towards circular economies that can provide viable futures for everyone, everywhere. Our work focuses primarily on open access systems, built to dismantle the inequality that is present in such an economy driven industry.
A multinational team, having global experience in food led business, and actually living on farms, the team at Croply have a grassroots knowledge and understanding of what is truly required in the many areas of agriculture and food, helping to steer towards a future that offers a more sustainable outcome. It is this knowledge of different cultures and communities, practices and climates that is crucial to developing not one, but many solutions, each respective of their individual application.
We live on farms. We experience daily challenges in agriculture like the rest of the global farming community, which is why our solutions are built from an understanding of what is required on the ground.
With a team steeped in history of food led business management, we bring to our solutions a keen knowledge and understanding of what is required as you get further along the food chain.
Transparency and Traceability are become more important along the entire length of the supply chain. Through our development of full chain traceability systems we can apply solutions to a variety of key problem areas.
Working towards solutions is not something we can do alone, although we facilitate and provide guidance along the way, it is only through our combined efforts that we can succeed in bringing about change. Our work with companies, communities, and institutions around the world helps bring about development that can ensure more sustainable futures are created. It is only through collaboration that the biggest changes will materialize.
Our work with others allows us to tackle region specific issues. Focusing on individual challenges that foster simple solutions that can then be reapplied to other areas of the global farming community.