Farmer profiles slideshow

Plant to Plate

Plant to Plate

Drizzly mornings in the city signal rain at our growing communities and a welcome to the planting season. So for our Plant to Plate Tour on July 13 we’d like to invite a few friends over to help our Good Food farmers plant their rice. Tarlac is famous for rice...
Fund a Farmer!

Fund a Farmer!

(the profile photos of people who, in one way or another, have contributed to building the good food community.) About the Project: We believe that people-centered investment can revolutionize farming and our food society. Fund-a-Farmer is a shared social investment whereby your contribution is matched with our farmers’ greenhouse/ irrigation...
Welcome to Good Food Community!

Welcome to Good Food Community!

  Be yummy. Be part of the community. Learn about Community-Shared Agriculture!  
Grow or Join a Community Hub

Grow or Join a Community Hub

At present, we deliver to 10 pick-up points around Metro Manila These Community Hubs are : 1) Craft Coffee Workshop along Broadway Ave in New Manila 2) Nayon Spa along White Plains 3) Ateneo, Horacio dela Costa Building ground floor 4) Hapihouse, at 39-A N. Reyes St., Varsity Hills 5)...
Meet the faces behind your food!

Meet the faces behind your food!

Share delicious stories and ideas. Let the yumminess emerge.
Experience all-around yumminess!

Experience all-around yumminess!

Imagine a community of Filipinos bound together by their commitment to live healthier, happier and more fulfilling lives.
Latest entries

Musta-sa(y) more?

See what I did with the title? It’s called pilit. Leafies are growing happily in our Tarlac gardens and mustasa, our cholesterol-lowering buddy, is here to stay. Mustasa (or mustard greens) is a light green peppery leaf that adds oomph to your normal dish. Normally used in sinagang na isda, Kapampangans also eat it with...

Hello, January!

Unlike the year before, the year started as calm and cool as our weather. The idea of Community Shared Agriculture is slowly becoming popular all thanks to all the people who believed in Good Food Community and have supported us however small the event may be. A special “Thank You” is in order to our...

Ang Magmahal

Christmas is always the time to gather friends and family and thank each other for a wonderful year that passed and hope for another wonderful year ahead. And we cannot thank people enough during our Christmas party where friends came to pot luck and interact with shareholders, farmers, friends, and special guests. A great big...

January Veggie Forecast!

Here’s the projected harvest for the month of January. By now you’d have noticed that TOMATOES are showing up in your bayong and soon enough, our farms will be overflowing with it! So if you have any recipe ideas for these wonderful globes of lycopene, don’t hesistate to post it here or in our Facebbok...

Got Tired Veggies?

Here’s a short and sweet video on how you can revive those wilted leafies.

Carrots, Broccoli, French beans? Oh My!

Have you noticed the different splashes of color in your bayong? Like the orange of carrots, yellow lemons, light-green sayote and even red strawberries? Filling your bayong with an upland mix has been as much of a delight as working with La Organica, a newly-formed association of organic smallholder farmers in La Trinidad, Benguet: crunchy,...

Been There, Been That

It’s been a year and more or less a week since we’ve resumed operations and gone from being a company (Co.) to a Community and in behalf of everyone who’s been a part of GFC we’d like to thank you for trusting and believing in us and what we stand for. We’ve gone from being...

Call for Friends! Clean-up Farm Trip on Monday (October 21, 2013)

We are in need for volunteers who would like to come with us to Capas, Tarlac on Monday (October 21, 2013) and help out our farmers in fixing and cleaning up homes and greenhouses that have been damaged from the strong winds and rains brought by Bagyong Santi last weekend. Donations in cash and kind...

Art and the Humble Seed

“Gardens are enclosed areas in which plants and arts meet. They form ‘cultures’ in an uncompromised sense of the word.” ― Peter Sloterdijk, Du mußt dein Leben ändern (You Must Change Your Life) Look outside, past the man-made objects, the grey buildings, and at something green – a tree, a plant, a vegetable. How do...

I Will Survive: The Veggie Report

It’s only been a couple of months or so since we’ve transitioned from the hot and dry season but we’ve not only felt the effects of already a number of tropical storms and depressions but also the heavy downpours brought by the Habagat. And we’re still just in the midst of the rainy, no, stormy...

Creativity and a World of Possibilities

The month of September was not all rains as Good Food Co participated the Mind Museum’s Finding Leonardo – The Inventor Renaissance Fair last September 22, 2013 in full donning Robinhood gear complete with gulay mustaches. Invited to become one of the fair’s food artisans, Ernest created a dish with the same food ideals we...

A Farm-to-Table Feast

Green papaya? Cassava? Serious? When I saw Chef Ramon Antonio’s selection of our rainy day veggies for his Moveable Feast menu, I was surprised and admittedly a little disbelieving. He was choosing precisely the veggies many of our shareholders didn’t want.”Excellent selection!” I said, knowing for sure we would be able to deliver whatever quantities...