We are a young food company with the heart to tackle an age-old problem!

GOOD FOOD FOR GOOD stands for “good food” and “good business.” We believe food should be made with only real ingredients found in a kitchen. We also believe that the goal of a business is more than just the pursuit of profit. All of our food is handmade in Toronto using fresh, whole and mostly organic ingredients. Our food contains absolutely no additives, preservatives, powders, extracts or concentrates. We also strive to source as much local ingredients as possible and have partnered with local farmers to source certified organic produce during the Ontario growing season.


Make a positive difference in the world, one meal at a time. Buy 1 Feed 1


  1. Help Canadians enjoy world foods at home without compromising quality for convenience
  2. Help solve world hunger


Bridge the gap between quality and convenience and between consumption and giving.

Our Team

Richa Gupta is the Founder of GOOD FOOD FOR GOOD and a creative foodie and ardent believer in real food. Richa launched GOOD FOOD FOR GOOD, a social enterprise, after experiencing immense dissatisfaction with the current food system. She felt that today’s packaged food has forced us to compromise quality for convenience and wanted to recreate food the way it should be and used to be – pure and simple. Richa started the company with the vision to make a difference in the world by offering good food to people who can afford it and donating food to people who cannot. Richa has over 10 years of experience in Consumer Food Products, Retail and Fashion industries and holds an MBA from the Schulich School of Business. She lives in Toronto with her husband Prashant Dube and a 5 year old princess named Rhea.
Sarah Richard
Sarah Richard is a Brand Ambassador at GOOD FOOD FOR GOOD. She is a young professional from Toronto and a graduate of the University of Guelph in International Development Studies, with an area of emphasis in Environmental Development and Resource Management. It was during her time at Guelph that Sarah learned about the issues around local and global hunger. She is passionate about GOOD FOOD FOR GOOD as the products address both of those issues. Her favourite meal so far to cook is the coconut curry with vegetables and quinoa. Her parents own a small farm close to Guelph that she hopes to one day make completely self-sufficient.
Anastasia Kemp is a Brand Ambassador at GOOD FOOD FOR GOOD. In her spare time she advocates for Fairtrade and Cruelty-Free companies. She has a strong belief in supporting fresh, local, and sustainable products because she believes they are the backbone for a sustainable future. Supporting these causes are an important part of her healthy living lifestyle. When she isn’t cooking dishes inspired by the cultural diversities of the world for her family she enjoys discovering new local restaurants in Toronto with her sister. Anastasia is majoring in Community Development and Policy Studies at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology.
Monica Henriques is a Brand Ambassador at GOOD FOOD FOR GOOD and is passionate about supporting good quality, healthy food, produced in a sustainable manner, as an essential piece for healthy humans and a healthy society. Monica has a varied background as a former professional ergonomist, and more recently as a yoga teacher helping to run a small retreat centre in New Zealand. She has spent a good part of the past 7 years traveling and living in yoga retreats and ashrams in New Zealand and India, and appreciating the concept of a broader and connected community of which we are all part. She is currently exploring how best to contribute as part of this global and local community. Monica holds a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with an Ergonomics Option from the University of Waterloo.
Prashant Dube is an advisor, investor, and volunteer at GOOD FOOD FOR GOOD. He is a self-proclaimed foodie and famous among friends and family for his list of “must try” places for pretty much any cuisine. Prashant grew up in a family that shopped daily at a farmer’s market and cooked three fresh meals every day. Prashant credits his spouse Richa Gupta for introducing and convincing him about the buy 1, give 1 model. Prashant has senior level expertise in enterprise software and business incubation. He is a Director of Product Management at PriceMetrix and former Board Member at Canadian Feed The Children, a Toronto based charity. Prashant holds an MBA from the Ivey Business School and a Bachelor of Technology from National Institute of Technology.