In Norway, we throw away 417,000 tonnes of food that could have been eaten, from the food industry, the grocery trade, the catering industry and consumers. According to NORSUS, this corresponds to a loss in value of approximately NOK 20.7 billion, of which the loss in the food industry and grocery trade is in the order of NOK 7.8 billion.
– – NHO Mat og drikke, februar 2021
Sulten will help you save money, throw away less food and inspire you to make sustainable choices for the planet.
Why are we doing this?
What are the challanges?
What can you do?
«Fattig.student» app raises money for the first time - priced at NOK 20 million
Sulten as, the company behind Karen Helene Thorsen's app of the same name, will raise money for the first time. - In its place to give the followers the opportunity to participate, she says.
"Fattig student" raised 3 million in record time: – I can hardly believe it
Influencer Karen Elene Thorsen, known for the Instagram account "Fattig student" raised 3 million kroner for her new food app in less than an hour. The progress set a record for the financing platform Folkeinvest.
She was so broke that she wanted food as a birthday present
– I had to find creative solutions to reduce consumption and get a profit. This is how "Fattig student" came about, when I learned how much money I could cut on food, says Thorsen.
Went from poor to million income
Three years ago, Karen Elene Thorsen (23) from Flekkefjord decided to create an Instagram account called «poor.student». The Instagram account was then started completely anonymously, when Thorsen feared that there would be a flop.
Sulten in the press