Locally-sourced Groceries (Food Access)

Family farmers and other local producers and sellers of food need your support, particularly in a country where large agribusiness currently dominates our food production. Visit the grocery stores below for locally-sourced goods and to support our local farmers and businesses!

4P Foods

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4P Foods sources farm-fresh food from farms in the Washington DC local foodshed and delivers them to your office or apartment building once each week.

4P Foods

Azure B. LLC

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We offer dedicated, professional beekeeping services & equipment, compact composting systems and a Fruit Share program around the DC Metro area & southern Maryland.

Azure B. LLC

Azure B. LLC - Specific Information on Locally-sourced Groceries

Brainfood

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Brainfood is a non-profit youth development organization in Washington, DC. Using food as a tool, Brainfood builds life skills and promotes healthy living in a fun and safe environment.

Brainfood

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Farm To Freezer

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Farm to Freezer is a new brand of delicious, healthy, and locally-produced foods from vegetables that are frozen at the peak of ripeness. Your purchase of Farm to Freezer products allows us to provide this nutrient-rich food at deep discount to local hunger relief agencies for those in need.

Farm To Freezer

From the Farmer DC

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From the Farmer delivers farm-fresh fruits and vegetables to your home, which means eating fresh and seasonal in the D.C. area is now as easy as opening your front door.

From the Farmer DC

Glen’s Garden Market

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At Glen’s Garden Market, our Neighbors choose from the very best food, beer, and wine grown or created within the states of our watershed, which stretches from Virginia to New York. We build relationships with vendors who treat their land, their animals and their ingredients with respect, and we grow small businesses along with our own. Glen’s Garden Market has a second location in the Shaw neighborhood located at 1924 8th St NW.

Glen’s Garden Market

Glut Food Co-Op

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Glut is a worker owned and operated natural food store which has been providing quality foods at reasonable prices for 40 years!

Glut Food Co-Op

Good Food Market

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Good Food Markets is a neighborhood grocery on Rhode Island Ave NE in Woodridge. GFM specializes in providing a full array of fresh produce, meat, seafood, dairy, prepared food, and essential groceries at affordable prices in food desert communities. We also partner closely with local farms and producers to make the freshest local produce and locally made products available everyday of the week. Stop by today to check out all the best that DC has to offer at the best prices around.

Good Food Market

Grubb’s Southeast Pharmacy & Mini Mart

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From July through September, Grubb’s Pharmacy Southeast is offering a fully stocked robust produce display for its customers, featuring 45 pounds of produce and 12 different types of fruits and vegetables at all times. This is a pilot of an expanded version of DC Central Kitchen’s existing Healthy Corners program. We are working to show that residents will continue to purchase fresh food from corner stores if it is made available at the same scale as in larger grocery stores.

Hometown Harvest

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We are a unique home delivery service of fresh local organic fruit and veggies to MD, DC, and VA

Hometown Harvest

Hungry Harvest

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Hungry Harvest, LLC aims to create an efficient agricultural food system with zero waste by supplying gleaned and recovered produce that is inexpensive, healthy, and convenient to fight hunger in food deserts.

Hungry Harvest

Relay Foods

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The Healthy Online Grocery Store. Shop healthy, responsibly-sourced groceries right from your computer or mobile device and have them delivered.

Relay Foods

Takoma Park Silver Spring Co-op

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TPSS Co-op promotes healthful living by offering wholesome foods, high quality products and community resources in a clean, friendly and cooperative grocery store … that you own!

Takoma Park Silver Spring Co-op

Union Kitchen Grocery

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Union Kitchen spin-off with lunch counter selling food incubator’s items, plus groceries & produce.

Union Kitchen Grocery

Wide Net Project

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The Wide Net Project is a non-profit organization that supports restoration of the Chesapeake Bay and improved healthy food access for underserved communities. We achieve this by catching literally tons of wild blue catfish in the Bay, where it is overabundant, and then selling this delicious fish. In doing so, we reduce the blue catfish population, allowing the Bay’s native animals and plants to recover from being destroyed by this non-native fish. In the communities where orders are placed, we then provide additional fish below our cost to customers to food pantries.

Wide Net Project

Wide Net Project - Specific Information on Locally-sourced Groceries

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