Field Goods Changes the Way You Eat
1. Easy Peasy to Eat Healthier
We help you eat healthier. Field Goods selects the seasonal best from local farms every week. We mix it up so you receive a great variety of fresh fruit and vegetables — over 150 varieties in a year. More variety means more nutrients… all good for your health! You will be introduced to new produce, and we provide simple recipes and tips to help you make delicious meals with all of it. And a bonus for those with kids, they will be exposed to and will try more vegetables. That’s good for the whole family!
2. Convenience Saves Time & Money
We understand the value of getting your produce conveniently at work or at a nearby community location or retailer. Spend about $113 less at grocery stores per month, make fewer shopping trips, and enjoy our seasonal selection (no deliberation required on your part)!
3. Know Your Farmers
We deliver seasonal produce from over 80 small farms. We have developed relationships with all of them. Our network of high-quality local producers of fruit, vegetables, herbs, cheese, pasta, bread, yogurt, and other extras are all non-GMO and often organic. When you receive your produce bag, you’ll know which farmer produced each product and how they grew it.
4. Designed to Fit Your Lifestyle
Create weekly or biweekly deliveries, put certain weeks on hold, and create the ideal schedule for your lifestyle. Going on vacation? Going out for dinner a few times next week? We make it really easy to start, hold, and re-start your delivery. That’s the flexibility our customers love.
5. Good for the Earth
We make every day Earth Day. We reduce, reuse and recycle in every part of our business. Our members eat a more plant-based diet with our ‘inspiration’ — which can decrease food-related greenhouse gas emissions by up to 70%. We buy from small sustainable farmers and work with the farmers to get the most of their harvest. We deliver many bags to few places within 2 hours of our warehouse, traveling only 4 miles per bag delivery. Any left-overs go to local food gleaning organizations to feed those in need. As a result, there is less than 4% food waste from field to table. That’s all good for the planet.