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Support your favorite local food producers


a more connected food system
a more effective food system

We proudly partner with small businesses, growers, non-profits, and food access organizations to deliver healthy, delicious food throughout the Denver Metro Area.

When you support our local partners, your order's delivery fees fund food access for families in need. We're building a brand-new food system that serves everyone- and we hope you'll become a part of it!


Shop Local Goodness

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Boulder county
farmers markets


Boulder County Farmers Market offers producer-only markets where farmers and ranchers can sell what they grow. This market started in the 80's with a few tables of produce loaded off the backs of pickup trucks- and has since expanded into robust markets in Boulder, Longmont, Lafayette, and Denver! Shop from over 150 local vendors' fresh produce, crafts, potted seedlings, local baked goods, gourmet cheese, small-batch honey, and artisan salsas. We'll deliver the market right to your front door!

Supports farmers and ranchers

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cafe 180


CAFE 180 is an equal access restaurant where anyone can eat, regardless of their ability to pay. Those who are unable to pay exchange their time and energy for a nutritious meal. The founders of CAFE 180 knew consistently serving great food would provide the “hand up” their neighborhood needed. Since they started, they’ve served more than 200,000 meals total! Bondadosa delivers CAFE 180 meal kits to participants in Denver.

Small business, Non-profit food access


colorado food cluster


Colorado Food Cluster (CFC) provides healthy, free meals to students. During COVID-19, youth who normally receive free or reduced lunches lost access to food resources. CFC stepped up to bring nutritious snack and meal boxes directly to the families who need them. We are now delivering over 60 thousand CFC meals a week! CFC is available for enrollment to any family with children 18 years old or younger in Denver and Greeley. Visit the website to learn more or enroll your student.

Non-profit food access


denver inner city parish


Denver Inner City Parish (DICP) was established in 1960 to serve the growing number of impoverished families living in Denver’s West Side neighborhood. DICP provides programs and services for lower-income families throughout the entire Denver metro area. They focus on areas of critical need in the community: education and youth development, hunger relief, health and wellness, and community support. DICP serves Denver’s at-risk communities through programs that relieve suffering, promote self-sufficiency, enrich lives, and address obstacles associated with poverty. We deliver healthy produce bags for their senior program.

Non-profit food access


The Growhaus


The GrowHaus is a community driven organization that provides both produce box subscriptions and affordable health food for residents of the Globeville and Elyria-Swansea (GES). Choose a food box option, select your delivery day, and shop from a market of over 100 local and organic products! Support GrowHaus's no-cost grocery network by donating a produce box to a family in need. We have been proudly delivering for the GrowHaus since January 2020.

Non-profit food access, longest partnership

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high plains
food co-op


HPFC is an online co-op marketplace that sources local food from over 50 family farms in Colorado, Nebraska, and Kansas. Customers can create their own weekly farm boxes or subscribe annually. HPFC offers natural, organic produce, meat, and poultry- and gives its customers the chance to get to know the farmers who grew their food! HPFC cultivates equality, social justice, and economic vitality in rural and urban communities. Customers can add food bank or volunteer donations to their orders to support HPFC's food justice efforts.

Supports farmers and ranchers


metro caring


Metro Caring meets people's immediate food needs while addressing the root cause of hunger: poverty. They provide nutritious groceries to neighbors and offer comprehensive anti-hunger programs. They hold bilingual nutrition, cooking, and diabetes management classes. They operate two community gardens and a hydroponic farm that support their no-cost market. Community engagement groups prepare leaders to address food injustice through local and public policy. Metro Caring strives to shift power to the people that are most impacted by inequity in the existing food system.

Non-profit food access


pint's peak
ice cream


Pint's Peak is Denver's underground, small-batch artisan ice cream maker. Pint's Peak is completely owned and operated by Caitlin Howington, a trained pastry chef who shares her love of delicious ice cream by creating unique flavors. Pint's Peak Ice Cream is made from scratch using locally sourced ingredients like dairy, honey, eggs and - as soon as Colorado cows start producing sprinkles - those too. Flavors rotate seasonally, so if you see something that grabs you, better order it before it's gone forever!

Small business, Woman-owned

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Sweetlife Microgreens provides made - to - order microgreens, harvested 24 hours before delivery for ultimate freshness. Microgreens are the nutrition packed seedlings of herbs and vegetables that can be used in salads, smoothies, sandwiches, and as garnishes, muddled into cocktails, and so much more! SLMG serves the entire Front Range of Colorado, and can be found in local grocery stores and farmers markets. They even have a customizable subscription delivery service!

Small business


taproot + valley roots food hub csa


Taproot offers a weekly CSA box of the region’s best, freshly-harvested produce, plus a la carte items to add to your shopping cart like meats, dairy, eggs, and other unique local products. The Valley Roots Food Hub works with community organizations supporting the work and livelihood of farmers and producers. The mission of the Valley Roots Food Hub is to build, operate, and sustain a local food system that increases the demand for and accessibility of fresh, healthy food.​ 

Supports farmers and ranchers

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