HungryFree, a social initiative by young enthusiasts from Bhubaneswar, aims at serving poor and needy people with healthy and nutritious food. To carry this initiative forward the organisation has a noble idea of ensuring preservation of good food and to avoid wastage of the same.
Smart city Bhubaneswar witnesses vast wastage of food every day. Parties, feasts, hospitality firms are wasting huge amount of food. HungryFree dreams to make that food available to those who are living a life lack of food, said HungryFree director Subrat Nayak.
To make this dream possible and economic viable, HungryFree is also planning to venture a commercial online food delivery service with this noble project.
Author and journalist Subhransu Panda, a part of HungryFree project said, “As we know, our State is rich in mineral resources. We are also rich as far as our agrarian economy is concerned. Our society has surplus food to consume. Unfortunately our society still witnesses starvation. A large part of our society doesn’t even have that privilege to eat at least once a day. Isn’t it a paradox?”
“For last few years team HungryFree is searching for a solution to eradicate hunger from our society. Very soon we are going to launch a social service platform “HungryFree” to make our neighbourhood literally free from hunger,” he added.
Social food delivery portal HungryFree.com logo was unveiled at the CREDAI Property Expo 2017 at the Janata Maidan recently. CREDAI president Binay Krishna Das launched the logo in the presence of CREDAI chairman DS Tripathy, secretary Shashi Sekhar Garabadu and president-elect Swadesh Kumar Routray. CREDAI secretary Shashi Sekhar Garabadu assured all possible support to the initiative from the apex body of real estate developers.