Rebuilding A Regenerative And Equitable Food System
Each day, our work at 4P Foods gets us closer to the kind of food system farmers thrive in, soil is regeneratively cared for, animals are treated humanely, and all communities have equitable access to healthy food.
Our Sourcing Standards
4P Foods sources fresh, high-quality, delicious food, prioritizing local and regional partners. We cultivate a network of growers and producers who engage in labor practices that enable people and communities to thrive, and in growing practices that actively build the soil and promote biodiversity. We source Good Food in service of creating a better food system that is equitable and regenerative, and in which all living beings are treated with respect and dignity.
4P Foods delivers food from small and mid-sized family farmers and artisans
We help our local and regional farmers thrive by providing access to new markets, customers, and communities and work to ensure all people get equitable access to the food they need.
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Every 4P Foods delivery supports a sustainable farm-to-table model that connects:
- Local farmers
- the environment
- the economy
- the community
- you and your family
We believe in a world where Good Food is the norm—not the exception.
At 4P Foods, Good Food is defined as food that:
- Provides nourishment and enables people and communities to be their best self.
- Is equitably accessible to everyone in our region, regardless of income, race, or zip code.
- Is produced in a manner that is sustainable and regenerative for our environment.
- Comes from a supply chain in which every being is treated with respect and dignity.
- Improves health outcomes and economic security for all.
Through strategic partnerships with food access and community organizations, 4P Foods is building a better food system that enables all people, regardless of income or ZIP code, to have equitable access to healthy foods.
Small Farmers & Artisans
4P Foods supports the agricultural economy and empowers a network of more than 200+ local family farms to grow and thrive by connecting their fresh, high quality food to households, communities, and businesses.
4P Foods partners with farmers who are committed to low-impact, sustainable and regenerative methods of food production.
Our trusted supply chain, focus on local food, and reusable delivery bags means a lower food carbon footprint for your home or business.
Purpose-fueled food for the prosperity of our planet and people.
We Support Local Farmers
We work with 200+ independent, family farmers in Washington, D.C., Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, and the Eastern Seaboard and Mid-Atlantic
We Serve the Underserved
We deliver 7,500 pounds of food every month to underserved communities in Washington, D.C. to help get the food they need through six community partners
We Pay Fair Prices
At 4P Foods, 60¢ of every dollar goes to the farmer vs. the conventional, which only pays out 14.5¢ of every dollar to farmers.
"The businesses of today create the world of tomorrow. They have the ability - and responsibility - to drive real, lasting, positive social change."
Tom McDougall, CEO & Founder
Meet Our Community Partners
4P Foods is proud to work with many incredible organizations to help increase food access in the communities we serve.
4P Foods provides healthy fresh food from our farmers and provides delivery logistics for community partners in parts of Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C.
Learn more about our partners who work hard every day to advocate for community health and equitable access to food.
Meet Our Farming + Markers Community
Together We Bake
Together We Bake (TWB) is a longtime 4P Foods partner based out of Alexandria, VA. It was founded by Stephanie Wright and Tricia Sabatini, who met through their children who both attended Douglas MacArthur Elementary School. They both aspired to help women in their community and used Stephanie's social work background and Tricia's experience with her home baking business to create TWB in 2012. Just two years later, TWB supporter Elizabeth Bennet founded Fruitcycle, which...
Agriberry was founded in 2008 by Anne and Chuck Geyer. When growing berries, Agriberry's field management practices reflect consideration for the safety of customers, workers, plants, pollinators and resident wildlife
Autumn Olive Farms
Autumn Olive Farms is an artisan family farm in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley. It was founded with the goal of returning the land to its natural state and produce high quality meat by farming heritage breeds of goats and pigs.