Tools for smart choices!

The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization says that 30 percent of food is wasted globally across the supply chain, contributing 8 percent of total global greenhouse gas emissions. One-third of the food we buy is never eaten mostly because we can't tell if it's good to eat or not and no one is ready to take the risk of eating bad food. This is hurtful for our economy, the environment, and even our moral standards.

One place we generate food waste is in our homes and we don't only throw away bad food. Often it is eatable food that finds its way into the trash. We throw away food that we can't eat because we can't tell its quality. It is a natural behavior because bad food can harm us and our families.

CleanForm's innovative tools will help you determine if your food is edible or not. Biosensors like Sensy® will help change the way people handle food at home or anywhere for that matter. It will be the tool that can let us make smarter choices and you will not throw good nutritious food anymore. We at CleanForm hope that it can be a tool that will enable ordinary people to contribute to reducing global greenhouse gas emissions.

Vision

CleanForm will set a standard of tools that enable people to determine the quality of food to minimise the food waste and consequently contribute to reducing climate impact.

Mission

Develop tools that will help consumers determine the quality of food with minimum complexity.

OUR GUIDING PRINCIPLES

INNOVATION

CleanForm focuses on research that may result in innovative products and solutions that may change people's everyday lives for the better.  

SUSTAINABILITY

Everything we do is guided by sustainability and respect for the environment. The purpose of our innovations is to contribute to minimizing food waste and greenhouse gas emissions.

SIMPLICITY

Our solutions will be easy to handle, use, and be independent of complementary technologies.

DID YOU KNOW THAT...

...if food waste were a country, it would come in third after the United States and China in terms of impact on global warming.

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