The Impact blog


Gratitude Post for Our Members and Supporters

Happy Thanksgiving! On a day that celebrates good food, family, and gratitude, we want to say thank you— to the hardworking farmers, the resilient food businesses, the tireless food assistance providers, our incredible 4P Family (especially our...

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More About Our Meats

At 4P Foods, we are committed to transparency and traceability behind all our products. But sourcing meat can be especially complicated, as every meat product has complex logistics behind it. The story begins on the pasture, but it continues on...

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How Was It Raised?: What’s Behind Meat Labels

In addition to farm-fresh produce, 4P Foods also sources sustainable, ethical protein options. Good meat is Good Food. But what is “good meat?” We hope this post helps explain the values behind our meats, the labels and terms associated with...

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We Stand With All of You: We Stand Against Racism

“I can’t breathe.”  May 25, 2020, George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man was murdered in Minneapolis, MN.  He was killed at the knee of a white man – with the help of other white men, enabled by a system dominated and controlled by white...

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Weekly Harvest Newsletters

Our newsletters are archived here so you may see what was grown, shared, and cooked through the seasons. Click to view past Produce, Protein, and Dairy Bags and see what is available for delivery year-round from our small family farm...

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NATS4GOOD COVID-19 Community Response Grant

Through the NATS4GOOD Community Responses Fund, Nationals Philanthropies is currently dispersing charitable grants to community partners that are delivering essential food access, health, and human services during the COVID-19 pandemic. 4P...

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COVID-19 Response

Dear Friends, We are living in trying times. By now we know you've heard from many businesses about how they are responding to COVID-19. We want to assure you that we are determined to continue our role of connecting households and communities to...

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