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What’s In the Winter Bag?

We get a lot of questions about what we do during the winter. Some people may not realize that we deliver every week, year-round, rain or snow! Here are all of the things we do during the winter to make sure you’re getting access to quality local...

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Event Recap: Harvest Party at Bees and Trees Farm

On October 24th, the 4Pfoods community gathered at Bees and Trees farm in celebration of Food Day. Tom made us delicious Mac 'n Cheese, pulled pork, and a cole slaw. Everyone else brought a side dish or desert, ranging from Edna's borscht to...

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JOIN US! Food Day 2015 Harvest Party

Join us on Saturday, October 24th from 12-4pm as we celebrate Food Day 2015 with a day out in the country with our friends at Bees & Trees Farm in Elkwood, VA. Enjoy food and drinks provided by 4P Foods and share your own favorite Autumn...

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4P Foods Weekly Shares // Summer 2015

Wondering what a typical 4P Foods share of local fruits and veggies looks like? Check out a running gallery of photos of our weekly SMALL shares from the Summer and Fall of 2014. Every week you receive 8-10 seasonal fruits and vegetables from our...

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Reflections // Kara Ellis, Marketing Intern

Since late April I have been working as a Marketing Intern with the 4P Foods team in DC and getting to know the sustainable agriculture scene a little bit better. I’ve learned a lot throughout this whole experience (especially about how much hard...

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4P Foods Weekly Shares // Winter + Spring 2015

Wondering what a typical 4P Foods share of local fruits and veggies looks like in the Winter and Spring months? Check out a running gallery of photos of our weekly SMALL shares from the Winter and Spring of 2015. Every week you receive 8-10...

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4P Foods Local Meat Share – NOW AVAILABLE!

After months of working closely with our farmers and getting into the nitty gritty of logistics, we were finally able to get all of our ducks in a row (pun intended) to start delivering local, sustainable and humanely raised meat (yes, duck will be...

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4P Foods Storage Tips

Acorn Squash Acorn squash is a winter squash that is named for its Acorn-like shape. They peak during the Fall and Winter months. Acorn Squash come in a variety of colors including yellow, dark green, tan and orange. Acorn squash is good and...

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Coexist Coffee – A Social Enterprise

You may remember a few weeks ago we were able to add samples from Coexist Coffee into our weekly shares. You may have been wondering, "when did Coexist start selling coffee? I thought they did the bumper stickers?!" Well, you are correct. Coexist...

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