small farms,
big purpose

Field Goods was born from a belief in the power of

local food, small business, sustainability, and community.

it takes a village

What started out in 2011 as two employees delivering farm fresh goods in an old station wagon, has grown into a real team effort. We are devoted to delivering healthy, high quality, farm-transparent food throughout the Northeast. For the past decade, we’ve been working directly with sustainable small farms and local artisans to bring you an array of farm fresh produce and pantry staples. These producers are people we know personally. Thanks for joining us on this journey.

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we’ve got a passion for the planet

In everything we do, we keep sustainability top of mind. We work directly with farms that focus on soil, plant, and animal health. By sourcing locally, we reduce our food miles. Our reusable bags have saved thousands of items from landfills. Even our farm fresh leftovers find a new use — we donate edible extras to nearby food pantries and give valuable scraps to pig farmers. We’ve truly got a passion for the planet.

so when you shop with Field Goods, you’ll eat well, and feel even better.

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Field Goods offers a Carb-Conscious Produce Bag that includes low-carbohydrate produce items (under 15 grams per 100 gram serving) that help support a low-carb diet.

A low-carb diet is generally used for losing weight. Some low-carb diets may have health benefits beyond weight loss, such as reducing risk factors associated with type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome. Low-carb diets generally exclude or limit most grains, legumes, fruits, breads, sweets, pastas, and starchy vegetables, and sometimes nuts and seeds. For people who are physically active or want to maintain their weight, a range of 100-150 grams of carbs per day may be optimal. For people who have metabolic problems and need to lose weight quickly, going under 50 grams per day is a good idea.

An important component of a healthy low-carb diet is including dietary fiber. Dietary fiber — found mainly in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and legumes — is probably best known for its ability to prevent or relieve constipation. But foods containing fiber can provide other health benefits as well, such as helping to maintain a healthy weight and lowering your risk of diabetes, heart disease and some types of cancer.

Source: mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle