A Beverage Company Is Working To Help Their Suppliers Save Water

A Beverage Company Is Working To Help Their Suppliers Save Water
Food & Beverage

A new app from Innocent Drinks was designed to help their strawberry supplier reduce their depletion of water from a national park

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 12 july 2016

The production of products on a mass scale takes up a lot of supplies, but when Innocent Drinks found out its strawberry supplier was depleting water from a national park, it created an app to help regulate its irrigation use. Irri-Fresa is an Android app set up so that farmers can effectively monitor the amount of water they are using.

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