Mealman - aldrig har det varit enklare att minska matsvinnet

To reduce food waste has never been easier!


Prima food, straight into the bin

According to SCB approximately 270 000 tonnes of food are thrown in Sweden  every year. Households account for the largest part, but foodservice in general, and school kitchens in particular also contribute to this waste. We want to do something about that!
 Det slängs 270000 ton matavfall i Sverige varje år






 Genom att anpassa mängden tillagad mat till efterrfågan minskas matsvinnet

Why cook more food than what is eaten?

An effective way to reduce food waste is to not cook more food than what is eaten. But if one offers several dishes on the menu that may be easier said than done, right?   







Mealman makes life easier for everyone!

With Mealman students choose dish from their mobile phone, tablet or computer. Kitchen staff can then customize the number of cooked portions so that the amount of leftover food is minimized. Suddenly, it became easy to reduce food waste!
 Mealman är en webapplikation som kan köras på alla plattformar








Linköpings kommun har testat Mealman och minskat matavfallet med 10 kg/dag, på en skola 

A story with a happy ending 

Vidingsjö School in Linköping municipality managed to reduce the amount of food waste by 10 kg / day using Mealman. In a school year that it corresponds to nearly 2 tons, at one school! The result has received attention in both TV and newspapers



 Try it!


At Front End AB we are proud to present an user friendly application for both kitchen staff and pupils.


A demo version will be awailable shortly


Contact us to learn more!

Give us a call at 013-24 93 51 or send an e-mail to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



Knowledge resources (swedish publications)

Naturvårdsverket har av regeringen fått i uppdrag att arbeta för att minska matsvinnet

Minskat matsvinn av livsmedel i skolkök

- erfarenheter och framgångsfaktorer 

Livsmedelsverket har gett ut en rapport om matsvinn bland kommuner

Minska matsvinnet i kommunen

- fakta och goda exempel  

Mindre matsvinn är ett projekt för att minska matsvinnet

Morötter mot matsvinn

- miljö, ekonomi, avfall 



Comrod Acquires Front End Strategy AB

Comrod Acquires Front End Strategy AB – Adds mission planning software and strengthens system architecture capability

Comrod, a leading provider of systems and solutions for tactical communications, has acquired Front End Strategy AB, a software and consulting company based in Linköping, Sweden. The acquisition brings Front End's market leading mission planning software into Comrod's tactical communication portfolio. Furthermore, Comrod gains a strong consulting business with long standing relations in the government and defence market.

Front End Strategy will become a subsidiary of Comrod Mission Systems AB where it will operate the company's consulting business.

"This is the culmination of several years of mutually beneficial cooperation, and looking forward we see a strong customer interest both in our mission planning software as well as in our specialized consulting services", said Tommy Nordqvist, CEO of Comrod Mission Systems. "Existing customers of Front End Strategy will not notice any change beyond being able to benefit from a larger resource pool", he added.

"Our companies' well aligned customer base coupled with our highly complementary skillset allow us to better serve existing customers as well as reaching new ones", said Ole Gunnar Fjelde, CEO of the Comrod group. "Comrod remains committed to providing end users, system providers and integrators with the best available tools for the job and support them in their mission."

Custodian TACOMS EA model

Front End has been given the contract on custodianship for TACOMS EA model until Q1 2018 from NATO Communcation and Information Agency. The EA model describes how the results from the TACOMS project relate to NATO effort within Federated Mission Network.

Further development of IT support for meteorologists


Front End has been entrusted to further develop IT support for meteorological forecasts.