The New Digital Way to Shop for Food




WeGardn, a new online marketplace connecting local producers and farmers to health-conscientious consumers throughout the Philadelphia area, is based out of Old Kensington with new distribution opportunities to combat food inequality and provide access to hyper-local fresh meats, cheeses, produce and other products via home delivery. WeGardn is now delivering to all of Philadelphia. Visiting the website is just like shopping in a store.

Through use of predictive analytics, WeGardn is able to forecast individualized purchasing trends that allows the company to increase food utilization, decrease food waste and maximizes profits for local farmers while stimulating the local economy.

To place an order, visit WeGardn.com.

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