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Fermet herstelt de verloren band tussen boer en klant en brengt ze samen met moderne technologie.

 

Via de online markt krijgen klanten toegang tot alle verse, kwalitatieve en seizoensgebonden producten van boeren in hun streek.

 

Twee waarden staan bij Fermet centraal: lokale productie en ‘eerlijke prijzen’.

 

Zo betrekt Fermet zijn producten op dit ogenblik bij negen boeren. Bij de keuze van de boeren werd gelet op de productiemodaliteiten waaronder gewerkt wordt, bij voorkeur voor biologisch duurzame teelten. Alle boeren krijgen een ‘eerlijke prijs’ voor hun producten. Door de directe band tussen boer en klant, krijgt de boer de helft en meer van wat de klant betaalt. De rest gaat naar verpakking, vervoer, technologie en Fermet.

 

Bestellen bij Fermet is eenvoudig: log in op fermet.be, steek lokale producten in je digitale mand, betaal en laat aan huis leveren of kom naar een afhaalpunt. De boer oogst op de dag van levering.

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2018 Antwerpen
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Walk-In Cookbook lets customers buy pre-portioned ingredients for a recipe to cook at home. The store offers 18 different recipes that change seasonally. Each recipe comes with a detailed instruction card that shows how to cook the meal step by step. Walk-In Cookbook’s strategy here is that you pay them extra to give you less, which sounds like the textbook definition of insanity until you realize that cooking at home is only cheaper if you use everything you get.

 

They strive to carry food that’s locally sourced, organic and gluten-free. The recipes and their ingredients are on the left side of the store, and on the right, customers can pick up dry goods from local companies, like McClure’s Pickles and Brooklyn Salsa.

 

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