A Good Food Bag volunteer places produce into a brown paper grocery bag
Food & Nutrition

Good Food Bags

Good Food Bags are helping increase access to locally grown organic produce in our community.

Packed Good Food Bags

The Good Food Bags program is an innovative weekly produce subscription that improves access to fresh produce for families in the South Seattle community. We work directly with local farmers to source organically grown fruits and vegetables. That means we are able to direct funds to small sustainable farms in King, Snohomish, Pierce County and beyond.  We prioritize sourcing from immigrant and refugee farmers, BIPOC, female and LGBTQ+ farmers, who are often marginalized.

How It Works

Good Food Bag members can choose between a weekly or bi-weekly bag of produce. Each bag contains a variety of nutrient-dense seasonal fruits and vegetables, recipes, food storage tips and farmer profiles. The produce in each bag is grown organically to ensure that the quality of food is healthy for our bodies and for our planet.

Good Food Bags are distributed via a network of community partner organizations and at Rainier Beach Urban Farm & Wetlands. Good Food Bags are available on a sliding scale: $5 per bag if you need some financial assistance affording fresh fruits and vegetables, $10 per bag to cover the full cost, or $15 per bag to cover the full cost and pay it forward for someone who could use financial assistance. Members can pay with credit or debit card, Google Pay, or with EBT/SNAP benefits.

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Interested in learning more about how to start receiving Good Food Bags? Fill out this form and we will be in touch with more information!

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Partner With Us

Would you like to become a community partner agency and host Good Food Bag pick-ups at your site? Get in touch!

Tilth Alliance’s Good Food Bag program is generously supported by the City of Seattle through proceeds from the sweetened beverage tax, as well as King County’s Best Starts for Kids program.