Good Food Bags
Learn more about Tilth Alliance's Good Food Bags.
The Good Food Bag (GFB) program is an innovative weekly produce subscription that improves access to fresh produce for families in Seattle and South King County with limited financial resources or inadequate access to fresh food. We provide bags of fresh fruits and vegetables grown using organic practices for a very affordable price.
Good Food Bag is part of the Tilth Alliance Produce food hub, a community-based food distribution system that’s kind to the earth, fair to farmers and good for you.
Good Food Bag members can choose between a weekly or bi-weekly bag of produce. Each bag contains a variety of nutrient-dense fruits and vegetables, plus a recipe to try using ingredients from the bag. The produce in each bag is grown organically to ensure that the quality of food is healthy for our bodies and for our planet. The food is sourced primarily from two of Tilth Alliance’s educational farms— Tilth Alliance Farm Works and Rainier Beach Urban Farm and Wetlands—as well as from other regional producers through Tilth Alliance Produce. During the off-season, we source produce from Organically Grown Company.
- Make local, organic food accessible.
- Promote public health.
- Support local farmers who practice environmentally conscious, organic and GMO-free agriculture.
- Encourage eating of seasonal produce.
- Foster community empowerment and development.
Cost and Locations
Good Food bags cost just five dollars for ten dollars’ worth of produce. Members can pay with cash, credit card or EBT/SNAP. Good Food Bags are distributed via a network of community partner organizations. Bags can either be picked up at the Tilth Alliance Produce Food and Farm Hub warehouse at 5133 S. Director St., or at one of our community partner agencies. For more information about payment, pick up and other details about Good Food Bags, please review all program policies.
Would you like to become a community partner agency and host Good Food Bag pick-ups at your site? Please contact Jess Bitting, Food Hub Coordinator, at email@example.com or (206) 200-2933.
You can learn more about how to host a Good Food Bag program by checking out the City of Seattle's Good Food Bag Toolkit.
Tilth Alliance’s Good Food Bag program is generously supported by United Way of King County, the City of Seattle, our CSA members, foundations and other donors to provide funding to subsidize the bags and make fresh produce more available for all people.