We go into the specifics about eggs, produce, fish and seafood, meat, and our grocery items in their respective sections. But here’s how we approach sourcing products, in general.
Flavor is key. If we wouldn’t use it in our own kitchens and feed it to our own families, we’re not selling it to you.
We support local food economies. We’re sourcing from farms, ranches, and foodmakers that we can get to know.
We encourage ecological sustainability at every level of the process.
Our community includes everyone in the supply chain. In an industry fraught with fraud, environmental concerns, and labor abuses we hold transparency and traceability to the highest standards.
We keep our customers safe and healthy. Everything is raised, harvested, processed and packed in a safe manner that conforms to the most rigorous food safety standards.
We build sustainable partnerships with our producers. At the core of what we do are the relationships we develop with our producer partners. Whenever possible, we look to support existing partners by selling a wide diversity of their products, planning for growth together, and working together to understand how we can ensure mutual success.
And of course, we choose to work with producers that inspire us, in the hopes that they’ll inspire you. Want to get to know them? We often spotlight their stories on blog.goodeggs.com, or you can click on their names in the Marketplace to see everything they sell on Good Eggs and learn a bit more about them.