Certified Organic & Non-GMO.
In Good Company partners with Lancaster Fresh Farm Cooperative, a non-profit organic farmers co-op of over 100 small-scale family farms headquartered in Lancaster County, PA. Member farms are 100% Certified Organic & Non-GMO, with high-standards for quality produce, effective land management and nutrient-rich soil. Member farmers take great pride in using sustainable agricultural practices from one season to the next, choosing to work cooperatively together in growing fresh, nutrient-dense fruits and vegetables that enriches the health of our community and the land around us.
Support Your Local Farmer and Our Agricultural Community
When you purchase a CSA, you’re buying a “share” of vegetables from the farm. Because we partner with a farm co-op, we have more flexibility in the programs we offer, with options to choose from weekly, monthly, or a year-round program with direct access to high-quality, locally-grown fruits and vegetables by regional farmers. By purchasing a CSA share, you’re not only committed to eating healthy, but also supporting the environment and your local farming community.
Make a Difference in Someone's Life.
In Good Company Wellness supports Martha’s Table, a DC-based, non-profit organization that believes access to fresh, healthy food is essential for supporting a stronger community. Martha’s Table provides Healthy Eating programs and initiatives that ensure healthy, fresh food is available free of cost to children and families in need. To donate a week’s share, just let us know at least 48 hours prior to delivery, and we will gladly deliver instead to Martha’s Table.
green romaine, green leaf lettuce, green kale, bok choy, bunched beets-varieties, green/red bunch mustard greens, cherries, radishes, fennel, rhubarb, collards, carrots-varieties, red kale, lacinato kale, cauliflower, broccoli
eggplant, green zucchini, yellow squash, cucumber, cantaloupe, green beans, heirloom tomatoes, peppers-sweet and hot, green kale, green/red cabbage, portobello mushroom, kohlrabi
eggplant, green zucchini, yellow squash, cucumbers, cantaloupe, green beans, tomatoes - roma, cherry, heirloom, watermelon, peppers-sweet and hot, sweet corn, yellow beans, onions, potatoes
peppers-sweet and hot, potatoes, bok choy, green kale, bunched beets, lettuces-mixed varieties, butternut squash, winter squash-varieties, cauliflower, broccoli, bunched spinach, kales-varieties, chards-varieties, onions, tomatoes - roma, cherry, heirloom
butternut squash, winter squash-varieties, green/red cabbage, beets, sweet potatoes, potatoes-varieties, broccoli, green kale, loose beets, bok choy, kohlrabi, radishes, leeks, onions, greens - mustard, chard, specialty-arugula, mizuna beets, turnips, radishes, potatoes, sweet potatoes, young greens (baby bok choy, baby spinach, young arugula, and more), mixed greens (mesclun mix, mixed asian greens, mixed specialty, and more), mushrooms, carrots, onions, garlic, cabbage, jerusalem artichokes, hot house tomatoes, romaine lettuce
November & December:
broccoli, brussel sprouts, bok choy, potatoes, cabbage, winter squash, kale, chard, mushrooms, carrots, parsnips, spinach, arugula, tatsoi (a leafy green), microgreens, garlic, celery, celeriac, collard greens, mustard greens, beets, cauliflower, fennel, sweet potatoes, broccoli raab, radicchio, endive, leeks, radishes, rutabagas, shallots, onions, scallions, turnips
January – May:
beets, turnips, radishes, potatoes, sweet potatoes, young greens - baby bok choy, baby spinach, young arugula, mixed greens - mesclun mix, mixed asian greens, kohlrabi, mushrooms, carrots, onions, garlic, kale, cabbage, jerusalem artichokes, hot house tomatoes
What Do You Get?
Weekly farm-fresh fruits and vegetables delivered.
100% certified organic, seasonal farm-fresh produce delivered to your door. You can choose the size that best works for you - a small box, perfect for 1+ (4 produce items) or a regular, medium-size box for 2+ (7-8 produce items). You can also choose the length of the program - 4 weeks, 12 weeks, 24 weeks, or year-round (52 weeks).
How is it grown?
Certified organic, non-GMO, and chemical-free.
You care about how your food is grown, where your food is grown, and who is growing it. And so do we. Lancaster County, PA is known for having some of the best soil in the country. Our partner farm, Lancaster Farm Fresh Co-op works with 100 small-scale farms to provide high-quality, 100% certified organic fruits and vegetables. Member farms work hard to ensure effective land management practices, and to maintain healthy, rich soil for generations to come. You never have to worry about GMOs or harsh chemicals.
How can I try it out?
See if this program meets your needs. Try it out for one month - $ 150 for a small-size box (4 produce items), and $195 for a regular-size box (7-8 produce items).
What is the program cost?
Choose between 4, 12, 24, or year-round programs (check Shop for pricing) - Full payment for program is required at time of program sign-up, prior to first delivery date. As a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture), this enables the farmer to plan for the season ahead, purchase new seed, make equipment repairs, etc.
Can I choose what vegetables I want in my box?
Vegetables are seasonal and you will receive what has been harvested that week. We are unable to take special requests for specific vegetables at this time.
What if I’m traveling or away from home and would like to hold a week?
We cannot hold a week, you can either gift your share to a friend, co-worker, or family member to experience the benefits of eating organic, locally and sustainably-grown fruits and vegetables or donate your week's share to our partner organization, Martha’s Table, a DC- based non-profit organization that provides access to healthy and nutritious food for children and families in underserved communities in Washington, DC. We will gladly deliver your week’s share to Martha’s Table, please let us know at least 48 hours in advance, prior to delivery.
What is the return/refund policy?
Because we are a CSA (community supported agriculture), the full cost of the program is due at time of sign-up and goes directly to the farmers to plan for the season ahead and farm equipment, repairs/maintenance. Therefore, there are no refunds or returns.
When should I expect my first delivery?
Deliveries are made every Tuesday or Wednesday. If you sign-up by before 5pm, Thursday, you will receive the first farm delivery the next Tuesday or Wednesday. If you sign-up after 5pm, Thursday, you will receive the first farm delivery the following Tuesday or Wednesday.
What is the delivery area?
We are currently only delivering to the Washington DC metro area.
In Good Company Wellness proudly supports Martha’s Table, a local DC-based, non-profit organization that believes access to fresh, healthy food is essential for supporting a stronger community. Martha’s Table provides Healthy Eating programs and initiatives that ensure healthy, fresh food is available free of cost to children and families in need. This reach would be impossible without the generous support of people like you!
* To donate a week’s share, just let us know at least 48 hours prior to delivery, and we will gladly deliver instead to Martha’s Table.
ABOUT MARTHA'S TABLE
Everyone has a right to healthy food—and we work every day to ensure this. Whether it’s families who visit our markets, or neighbors who depend on hot meals every night from our mobile food truck, McKenna’s Wagon, we’re working 365 days a year to increase food security and ensure healthy options for our neighbors. Last year, our food programs distributed over 1.6 million healthy meals in the DC community.
FOOD ACCESS PROGRAMS
Our Healthy Eating initiatives work to ensure healthy food is available for those in need, helping to support children and families in the DC community to have greater access to fresh, organic fruits and vegetables.
At our pop-up grocery markets, children, their families, and neighbors can shop at no cost for fresh, healthy produce and healthy pantry staples. At least 40% of the food available at each market is composed of produce, such as sweet potatoes, cabbage, and kale, and non-perishable staples range from peanut butter to whole-wheat pasta and beans.
Martha’s Table’s market program began in August 2011 as the result of a partnership with the Target Foundation’s Meals for Minds program. With support from additional generous donors, Martha’s Markets are currently run in 3 elementary schools, two community centers, and at Martha’s Table, where the market is open to students and families in our own Healthy Start and Healthy Connections programs and our staff. At pop-up markets, families select from fresh, seasonal produce and healthy pantry staples at no cost every month.