New York City food startup crowdfunding.

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The next startup I’m working on is a food startup. The plan is to create a website and apps so people can search for indoor farms, outdoor farms, farmers’ markets, etc., and purchase food directly from the sources. Also, I plan to include blogs and videos about food production. As with many startups, there are additional directions this project might go. For example, I would like to help people set up their own indoor and outdoor farms. Another idea is possibly franchising supermarkets. 

YouTube video. Risky food startup crowdfunding.

I believe in some areas there is access to a lot of great food and in others, there is not enough access. I would like to try and increase access to healthy food. That might be via providing information or other methods. I don’t want to say or write too much here about my plans until I retain lawyers. I want to analyze the food industry and figure out ways to get more healthy food and information about food in the hands of people. 

This startup is in the very early stages. When I get the funds, I need to hire attorneys to make sure everything I envision is possible and legal. Disclaimers: All information is subject to change. Use this information at your own risk. Results are not guaranteed. The majority of these types of projects are going to fail, including this one. This is not an investment opportunity, this video and blog are for crowdfunding. I’m not a doctor. I’m not a nutritionist. 

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Mark Pine

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