Wholesale Produce & Proteins From Indepdendant Farmers

Purpose-fueled food that's better for the prosperity of our planet and people.

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4P Foods provides in-season, ethically raised, and nutrient-dense products from small, local and regional farmers.


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 growing list of partners includes more than 200 farmers who value planet-friendly agricultural practices to provide local, sustainable, high-quality food year-round.


4P Foods wholesale offerings include:

  • Fresh seasonal and organic produce
  • Ethically and pasture-raised meat
  • Local and grass-fed dairy
  • Pantry items from local artisans

Who we work with:

  • Universities and school systems
  • Restaurants, grocery stores, and markets 
  • Food co-ops and community access organizations
  • Other wholesale buyers

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Ready to buy from local, regional, ethical, or climate-first farmers and artisans?

Purchase Wholesale from 4P Foods

We work with universities, school systems, restaurants, grocery stores/markets, food co-ops, community access organization, and other wholesale buyers. 

Does this sound like you? Please provide us with your information via the form below and we'll be in touch!

WHOLESALER APPLICATION

Sell Your Goods to 4P Foods

We are always looking to expand our farmer and artisan partnerships that align with our mission and vision. 

 


Contact our Procurement Team by completing the vendor application form below.

PROCUREMENT APPLICATION

Where we deliver locally farmed in-season produce

  • Washington, D.C.
  • Charlottesville, Va.
  • Petersburg, Va.
  • Shenandoah Valley, Va.
  • Richmond, Va.
  • Roanoke, Va.
  • Sperryville, Va.
  • North Carolina

Don't see your location? Connect with us and let's chat.

 

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