FTP students again made achievements and made UB’s name big. This time good news came from Dinda Hasnatul Ula (TIP 2017), Muhammad Ihwan Septiasah (TIP 2016) and Betsy Jesslyn Mae (THP 2017). They created an innovation in the form of a healthy catering service called Carefood. This work was contested in the National Economic View organized by BEM Faculty of Economics, Surabaya State University on November 1-3, 2019.
Carefood is a healthy catering service that can be accessed using an application that is integrated with housewives and catering that already exists as catering service partners. Users can customize the desired menu according to their needs. Users can also consult the nutritionists available to help plan eating schedules and help educate users about health and dietary issues. In this application there are also donation features and fun facts about health and food.
The initial idea was born because some students often do not eat regularly and even the food they eat is less healthy. They do brainstorming and find other potential that healthy food is really needed by people who suffer from diseases such as diabetes and community trends on a diet. In addition, the community needs the views of nutritionists to support their health. Therefore, the idea of Carefood application emerged with a system and features that support each other. In this competition, many participants came from various leading universities in Indonesia such as ITB, ITS, Jember University, Udayana University, Wijaya Kusuma University and Telkom University.
National Economic View is a business competition organized by BEM Faculty of Economics, Surabaya State University. This competition raised the theme “Creative and Innovative Sociopreneurs in facing and welcoming Indonesian SDGs in 2030”. (Din)