Global Food Exchange was founded to improve emergency disaster relief around the world and strengthen existing relief networks.
By connecting today's advanced food storage technologies
with regular capital market investments, we can establish an international prepared network that will save lives.
Food Relief Vaults (FRV)s
Water Relief Vaults (WRV)s
Shelter Relief Vaults (SRV)s
Combination Relief Vaults (CRV)s
The Global Food Exchange acts as a manufacturer of standardized Relief Vaults providing improved nutrition and pertinent disaster supplies. The vaults are purchased through the Exchange by a network of distributors including benevolently-minded investment funds and held in strategic locations around the globe. When disaster strikes, they're immediately made available for governments and NGOs who provide direct relief to victims.
The Global Food Exchange™ fleet of products and services provides the necessary critical resources needed for basic survival following natural and other forms of crises, working to ensure food is from sustainable sources and that the farmers, preparers, and packagers are operating under a fair trade standard.
The mission of Global Food Exchange™ is to provide the world's
most efficient and effective platform for sourcing critical relief solutions,
available where they are needed, when they are needed.
The vision of Global Food Exchange™ is to satisfy the worldwide
need for critical relief resources and advance the benevolent interests
of our partners, through innovative product development, economic
transparency and excellence in stewardship
FOOD RELIEF VAULT (FVR)
WATER RELIEF VAULT (WRV)
SHELTER RELIEF VAULT (SRV)
Fully customizable complete meal systems contained in 20’ and 40’ ISO shipping containers, available in Mass Feeding and Food Only models.
100,000 gallon per day Industrial Reverse-Osmosis System.
FEMA and military approved ergonomically-designed shelter systems.
To maximize and ensure the benevolent purpose of the Global Food Exchange™, the design of our model is based on low, fixed margins. In turn, governments and NGOs benefit from a centralized exchange that yields lower prices, strategically located storage, as well as regular investment and production.