In the Digital Age, we’ve all become a bit demanding (to put it gently). From online retail to food delivery, most things are essentially at our fingertips. Even things we didn’t realize we wanted, powered by ads and algorithms based on past purchase history, show up on our radar (and, if effective, in our shopping cart). But what if these algorithmic suggestions were based more on personal ethics? That’s the hope behind AgLocal’s new approach, which marries on-demand behavior with sustainably grown meat. Currently, AgLocal provides a package subscription model for consumers.
Beyond that, AgLocal founder Naithan Jones has a one-stop-shop vision for the company, which tried its hand in business to business sales with restaurants, but didn’t quite succeed. Instead, he envisions partnering with larger home delivery food services, like Amazon or Walmart, to provide an option for more conscious consumers. This would “offer high-quality meat at scale” for big business without them having to build the infrastructure themselves. Read More