Field Goods Delivery
How to become a Field Goods Delivery Location. Its Easy!
- Our service area spans 13 eastern New York State counties from Queensbury to the Bronx as well as Fairfield CT county.
- We have two types of delivery locations…Private Sites and Open-to-the-Public Sites.
- Private Sites are generally workplaces but can be any location. We look for a minimum of 5 subscribers. Click here and type in the name of your organization to see if we deliver to you. If not,
and we will get you set-up.
- Public Sites are sites, such as gyms or libraries, where anyone can stop by to pick-up a bag. Click here for a full list or click here to see a map. If you would like to become a public site
How Delivery works
- Customers select a pick-up location when they sign-up and pick up their weekly deliveries at their selected site on set days and times.
- We do not make home deliveries. Group delivery locations help us keep our prices low and are better for the environment.
Why Start a Field Goods Site?
Field Cost is an easy way to help people make a commitment to healthy eating and the local agriculture.
- Convenient delivery of fresh food at a great value
- Education about the products, nutrition, use and storage
- The nutritional benefits of eating fresh, small-farm product every week
- An overall fun, community building and enjoyable experience
Field Goods is a valuable wellness program and employee benefit. Making the Field Goods local produce subscription service available to your employees (at no cost to the company) is proven to help your employees and their families eat healthier and will help create a culture of wellness and environmental responsibility.
Looking to super-charge your wellness initiative? Our innovative BeetCamp™ program is a low cost employer wellness program and employee benefit that breaks down the barriers to a healthy diet. This 10-week program can cost a little as $50 per employee and can be tailored to your needs. Participants receive a weekly delivery of 6-8 local produce items, a weekly educational newsletter, an introductory group presentation and the knowledge they are supporting sustainable agriculture.