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What do all those labels stand for?

When you enter the grocery store, you are bombarded with labels on everything. From all-natural to Non-GMO verified and Fair Trade, it's confusing to keep everything straight and understand what's regulated and what's not. If something is labeled...

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Guest Blogger Spotlight

We love hearing about the amazing dishes that you create in your kitchen from the ingredients we give you, so we started a guest blogger series to highlight what you make. Send us your favorite recipes, pictures, or stories and we would love to...

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Happy New Year! Looking back, looking ahead

Hi Friends, Members, Farmers, Producers, Partners, and Fans, As this year comes to a close next week, I can't help but reflect on the year that seems to have (rapidly) disappeared in the past 12 months. It was, bar none, the most challenging year...

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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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Weekly Food Shares // Summer Produce

Wondering what a typical Food Share of seasonal, local fruits and veggies looks like in the summer months? Check out our running gallery of Small Produce Shares that is archived through the seasons with our Weekly Harvest Newsletters. Every...

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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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