Green Bite

Universidad San Francisco de Quito USFQ


The lack of affordable and environmentally friendly food delivery options


For this issue, we've come up with an innovative proposal: a food delivery service that utilizes biodegradable packaging made from banana palm leaves. This type of packaging eliminates the need for plastics and polyethylene derivatives, significantly reducing production costs. Additionally, it not only provides the best way for customers to receive their food but also helps them reduce their ecological footprint in the process.

Main Beneficiaries:

The beneficiaries of our innovative idea encompass a broad spectrum of individuals and communities. Consumers who value environmentally conscious choices stand to benefit from this food delivery service, as it provides them with a sustainable and eco-friendly option. Local communities, particularly in areas where the service operates, gain from reduced plastic waste and improved environmental sustainability. Restaurants and food establishments adopting this service enjoy a competitive edge, increased customer loyalty, and reduced packaging costs. Furthermore, environmental enthusiasts and those passionate about reducing plastic waste will appreciate the service's commitment to promoting sustainable practices, potentially raising awareness about eco-friendly alternatives. The number of beneficiaries can vary widely based on the service's reach and geographic coverage, potentially impacting a substantial number of people.


Execution and validation


GOAL 13: Climate Action

GOAL 12: Responsible Consumption and Production


Universidad San Francisco de Quito USFQ