Unsold produce has a large impact on the environment, as all the inputs used to produce the food (water, energy, fertilisers) are wasted - and the rotting food itself produces methane. Focusing soil health on community needs rather than overproduction can reduces food loss and soil degradation. Examples include e-commerce platforms, last mile distribution, supply chain transparency tech that can create direct links from farm to fork. This solution could shorten the supply chain and ensure that local production goes to local consumption. This innovation proposes creating improved reseller models between producers of nutritious foods and either a) markets, b) traders / local agents, or c) consumers themselves. This innovation could proposes the development of food redistribution mechanisms that ensures food at risk of being wasted is sold or given to those in need - or, at the very least, upcycled into animal feed, or another valuable product.