The good food movement is about more than food. Yes, it includes delicious, ethically sourced ingredients; organically harvested produce; and sustainably grown, fresh-from-the-farm flavors.
But put down your fork and take a step back from the table, and you’ll see a set of ideals that transcends our plates and our palates. At its core, the good food movement is about community; about the power of education, trust and transparency; about nourishing both our bodies and our planet.
We believe that the future of our food system is in our hands—and that tomorrow really can be healthier than today if we join forces.
Let’s dig in.