Women are especially vulnerable to food insecurity and can face negative health effects and poor nutrition. Specifically in women, food insecurity is correlated with obesity, anxiety, depression, and negative pregnancy outcomes among many other issues. In households headed by a single mother or where women live alone, food insecurity rates are especially high. There are also many instances where women are faced with lack of transportation, time, or safety which renders them unable to complete in-person grocery shopping. Increasing food quality and accessibility for women around the world is needed. Digital platforms are commonly utilized in urban regions, and they can serve as a potential method to improve nutrition equity for women.