This climate conscious start-up enhances small-holder farmers’ income in Ghana by reducing post-harvest losses and energy costs while improving market access. It provides pay-per-use, mobile, solar-powered refrigeration and product processing services – damaged fruits and vegetables are turned into powder or chips. By providing first-mile services, FreshLine responds to rural women’s mobility constraints and provides them with enhanced revenue opportunities via value-added foods. The enterprise offers targeted training for women on post-harvest management and product processing. It promotes renewable energy and reduces food waste, thus improving farmer’s resilience and food security in the Ashanti and Bono East regions.