Good Food For Good, is a Certified B Corporation with a unique business model. We recognize that challenges to individual health manifest differently in different communities. Our Buy One, Feed One program bridges these worlds. For every product you buy we donate a meal to feed people in need through our giving partners like Food Banks Canada, Akshaya Patra and more. It is truly Good Food for you and also for someone in need.
Poverty and Hunger are Interrelated
Reducing poverty and Zero Hunger are two of the top sustainability goals for UN. We at Good Food For Good believe we all can play our part in making this goal a reality. Solution to both the goals, No Poverty and Zero Hunger, is interrelated. Food Insecurity stems from poverty and inability to make ends meet with the existing resources.
With the existing food system, our soils, forests, oceans, freshwater and biodiversity are being rapidly degraded. Many rural farmers can no longer make a living on their land and are being forced to relocate in search of better opportunities. We need to rethink how we grow and consume food that is not only good for us but for the planet. According to UN, if done right, it is enough to provide nutritious food for all and generate decent incomes while supporting people centred in rural development and protecting the environment.We want to be part of this solution, and Buy One Feed One is just the beginning.
We are proud to say that our Buy One, Feed One model has fed over 135,000 people to date, and made a difference in many more lives through organic, sugar free food.
Our current charitable partners:
Food Banks Canada
Food Banks Canada is a national charitable organization dedicated to helping Canadians living with food insecurity. They support a network of Provincial Associations, Affiliate food banks, and food agencies that work at the community level to relieve hunger.
The Akshaya Patra Foundation
Akshaya Patra is the world’s largest (not-for-profit run) mid-day meal programme serving wholesome food to over 1.6 million children from 13,839 schools across 12 states in India.
LA Food Banks
Los Angeles County is home to one of the largest populations of any county in the USA and also home to one of the largest accounts of hunger. An estimated 1.4 million people in Los Angeles County live with food insecurity, which means that approximately 16% of those who live in LA do not know where their next meal is coming from. LA Food Bank collects food from hundreds of resources. With the help of 30,000 volunteers annually and an agency network of more than 650 partner agencies, they serve more than 300,000 people on a monthly basis.