A couple of days ago, we have shared the situation of farmers in Cameron Highlands needs to look according to the Movement Control Order. The supply-chain or raw food and vegetables were disturbed because of the restricted traffic development and market business hours.
With the initiatives made by Lazada, Malaysians would now be able to purchase vegetables legitimately from these farmers through their foundation. As shared on Twitter, the Lazada group has figured out how to make sense of the tech and coordinations behind the activity, with the goal that they can help with guaranteeing the vegetables can be offered to the market and forestalling any food wastage.
Based on the site, clients can make their vegetable buys directly from Cameron Highland farmers from 30 March onwards. The vegetables are partitioned into several types of boxes:
Box A – Suitable for Salads
Box B – Suitable for Stir Fry
Box C – Suitable for Stir Fry and Salads
Box D – Suitable for Stir Fry and Fermented Vegetables
Box E – Suitable for Stir Fry, Fermented Vegetables and Kimchi
The vegetables included can be discovered recorded inside the individual box alternatives. It is likewise referenced that requests made before noon will be conveyed to you between 3 pm to 8 pm the next day.
A few days ago, we read about the Cameron farmers discarding their fresh produce due to supply chain issues during MCO.
The Lazada team figured out the tech and the logistics.
From March 30th, these farmers can sell directly to you.https://t.co/GX5CwMVoJ4
— Victor Liew (@victorliew) March 28, 2020