Plenti App Launches, Inviting Millions Into An Expanding Permaculture Revolution

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Plenti LLC releases information on how its new Software Application will change things in the Permaculture space for the better. Further information can be found at https://plenti.dev.

Earlier today, Plenti LLC announced the launch of Plenti, its new Software Application set to go live March 17, 2020. For anyone with even a passing interest in the world of Permaculture, Gardeners, Organic Farms, Homesteaders, Neighborhoods, Vegans, Local Foods, this launch will be worth paying attention to, as it’s set to shake things up.

Currently, with even a passing glance, a person will notice the over-purchase of food at the store and how much unused food is thrown away. The Founder at Plenti LLC, Anthony Dreessen, makes a point of saying “Things are going to change when Plenti launches”.

Anthony Dreessen continues… “Our product is unique. It will link local food producers with people that want local food. We do this because we believe we need a new model for food production that allows local producers a way of connecting with a market to help reduce food waste and bring communities together. Ultimately this is going to be a huge benefit to our customers because the users of this app will benefit by forging new and authentic relationships using the age old basic commodity: food.”

Plenti LLC was established late 2019. During that time, it has always aimed to connect communities and inspire stewardship of the land and its vital resources.

Currently, the closest thing to Plenti is a local Farmer’s Market, but Plenti improves on this by digitizing the process in a app made for both iOS and Android smartphones. This alone is projected to make Plenti LLC’s Software Application more popular with customers in the Permaculture, Gardening, Organic Farming, Homesteading, Neighborhood, Vegan, and Local Foods spaces quickly.

Plenti allows you to connect with neighbors to help them eat the extra food they’ve grown. Here’s how it works:

• Gardeners list crops they have in excess

•Users request produce

•If there are gardeners in your area that have too much, you are able to chat

•Pick up produce at a location specified by the Gardener

Once again, Plenti is set to launch March 17, 2020. To find out more, the place to visit is https://plenti.dev

Contact Info:
Name: Anthony Dreessen
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Organization: Plenti LLC
Address: Seattle, WA, United States
Website: https://plenti.dev

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88950972