App wants to empower consumers to be part of a bigger, sustainable shopping movement

A new app is aiming to help people support their communities by buying local fresh produce.

Famooshed wants to promote local shopping

Famooshed wants to promote local shopping

Famooshed is a virtual farmers’ market which has been set up to redefine how people access and enjoy locally sourced products through its new app.

Famooshed initially launched its virtual farmers’ market as a bridge between consumers and local businesses in 2023, and aims to promote further sustainable and environmentally positive buying habits through the newly launched app. 

The Famooshed app aims to provide consumers with an easier gateway to fresh, local food. By providing an integrated, user-friendly experience, the app developers say they want to empower buyers to browse and purchase produce while connecting with local businesses.

People can also broaden their knowledge of local businesses and their products with detailed information, including sourcing and production methods, and insight into the background and story of each business.

Buyers can enjoy a personalised shopping experience and tailored recommendations based on their preferences, allowing them to discover new and exciting products.

In future, Famooshed hopes to foster a community of local-loving shoppers who can partake in various activities and become part of a much bigger, sustainable movement, with content such as virtual farm tours, cooking demos and live Q&A sessions with local farmers.

Eden France, co-founder at Famooshed, said: “We are so excited to announce the launch of our new application that aims to bring sustainability to the forefront of shopper’s minds. By providing a platform for merchants who prioritise environmentally friendly practices and quality assurance, we promise to provide the best shopping experience to our users. Our new Famooshed app empowers local farmers and artisans to grow and prosper and by joining our platform, they become part of a supportive ecosystem that values their hard work.”