Tour The New 4P Foods Shopping Experience
We promise it's worth your while. Click the arrows to see how it all works and then be on your way to your next delivery of Good Food!
4P Foods took root in 2014 with a lofty goal: to build a Good Food system that is a regenerative and equitable alternative to the industrial food system. Step one was adapting the CSA model to the age of online shopping and food delivery, and in the early days before 4P had a delivery fleet, founder and CEO Tom McDougall rode the DC metro with bags of farm-fresh local produce to deliver to our first customers. Today 4P has grown and blossomed, delivering thousands of bags each week across DC, Maryland, and Virginia to our customers and food access partners.
Our farm partners are good stewards of the land, food, animals, and communities they serve. We encourage farmers to work towards GAP and Organic Certifications, and promote sustainable and regenerative farming methods to rebuild the soil and health of the community. We pay farmers fair price for the work they do and support equitable food sourcing and fair labor practices for lasting economic impact. 4P Bags are packaged in eco-friendly insulated tote bags to curb our carbon footprint. We prioritize our local farmers and the Mid-Atlantic region, plus we will always strive to provide you with source transparency so that you can make informed decisions about what food is on your table.
Meet some of the farmers and artisans behind your food here!
Purpose: We constantly strive to advance our mission—ensuring that all people can eat Good Food and all farmers can make a living growing Good Food.
People: We aim to positively impact everyone who interacts with our business, from the customers we feed to the staff we support and farmers who cultivate Good Food.
Planet: We carefully manage our natural resources and partner with farmers who use sustainable or regenerative agricultural practices that preserve and protect our environment.
Prosperity: We commit to running a viable business for the long-term, so that we can continue to pay fair prices to our farmers and good wages to our staff.