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Agritech Startup Launches Digital Buying Group for South African Farmers

by Beuuy Sanga
  • Agritech startup AgRetail launches a digital buying group on the FutureFarm platform.
  • AgRetail helps South African farmers fight inflation by leveraging collective bargaining to secure lower prices for essential supplies.
  • The FutureFarm platform provides an online environment for farmers to connect with suppliers, compare prices, and participate in negotiations.
  • AgRetail’s launch is a positive development for the South African agricultural sector, potentially increasing farm profitability and resilience.

South African farmers facing the squeeze of rising input costs can now fight back with the launch of AgRetail. This innovative initiative is a digital buying group that leverages the power of collective bargaining to secure lower prices for farmers on the FutureFarm platform.


AgRetail’s mission is to tackle the challenge of high input costs for local farmers, says the announcement from Agri-Business Network and FutureFarm. “We do this by leveraging the transparency and convenience of online marketplaces.”
Collective Bargaining for Better Deals.


Traditionally, farmers have had limited bargaining power when it comes to purchasing essential supplies. By joining forces through AgRetail, they can combine their buying power to negotiate more favourable deals with suppliers. This approach has the potential to significantly reduce input costs, a major factor in farm profitability.


FutureFarm: A Platform for Progress.
The FutureFarm platform provides the digital infrastructure for AgRetail. Farmers can connect with suppliers, compare prices, and participate in collective bargaining negotiations – all in a user-friendly online environment. This not only streamlines the buying process but also empowers farmers with the information they need to make informed decisions.


A Win for South African Agriculture.
AgRetail‘s launch is a welcome development for the South African agricultural sector. By helping farmers reduce costs, the initiative can contribute to increased farm profitability and resilience. This, in turn, can lead to a more stable and secure food supply for the nation.

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