How does
Grass work?

How doesGrasswork?

In these tutorials, you will find step-by-step guidance tailored for farmers like you, designed to help you seamlessly navigate and use the Grass e-commerce platform. Whether you're setting up your store, uploading products, or managing your page, our tutorials are here to assist.

Additionally, we have included links to Sustagri 4.0 courses that offer valuable insights into optimizing your presence on the platform. For your convenience, a downloadable PDF version of each tutorial is available, allowing you to print and refer to the instructions as needed.

Video Tutorial and useful courses

Video Tutorialand useful courses

Log in

How do
I login?

  1. Open the “Grass for Sustagri” email with your credentials (if you can't find it, check the Spam folder).
  2. Click on the underlined link or go directly to htps://
  3. Skip the setup by clicking on the “Not now” or “Skip” button (the name may vary).

Store Setup


  1. Click on “Settings”.
  2. Enter the business email you use to communicate with customers (e.g.,
  3. Enter your office phone number.
  4. Upload your company logo.
  5. Optional: insert a banner that includes your logo.
  6. Insert a brief history of your company in the text field.
  7. Click on “Save”.

Location Setup


  1. Click on “Location”.
  2. Enter details like street, city, and ZIP code.
  3. Write the same information in “Search” to geolocate your business with Google Maps.
  4. Click on “Save”.

Uploading Products


  1. Click on “Products”.
  2. Click on the green button “Add New”.
  3. Enter the product title (e.g., PGI New Carrots).
  4. Upload photos of your product.
  5. Enter a brief description of the product (use storytelling techniques).
  6. List the main features of the product in bullet points.
  7. Click on the “Submit” button at the bottom right.

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logo grass was developed by Quality Culture Srls as part of the European Union funded project “SUSTAGRI 4.0” (2021-2-IE01-KA220-VET-000049494)