Good Food for All

2021 Progress Report

Good Food for All is a Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA) program that provides food boxes of fresh produce to families that face access barriers to affordable, healthy and sustainable food.

Good Food for All aims to be a catalyst for long lasting change in communities. We’re piloting meal kits that families can purchase for the cost of fast food, and learning how we can continue to provide access to fresh produce long after the initial boxes arrive.

COVID-19 exposed gross inequities in the food system and highlighted that some families have affordable access to healthy, sustainable food and too many others don’t. That’s where we stepped in: launching Good Food for All in Denver, CO in May of 2020.

Hear stories from real families about the impact that 50 servings of fresh produce for 12 weeks had on their lives.

Here’s just some of the vegetables and fruits we worked with local partners to provide to families through Good Food for All:

Partner Spotlight: Legacy Taste of the Garden

In the summer of 2021, PHA partnered with John Jamerson and his family agriculture business Legacy Taste of the Garden (LTOG) to distribute Good Food for All produce boxes to families in Gary, IN. The produce boxes provided fruits and vegetables to families in historically under-resourced communities and provided an opportunity for LTOG to plant the seeds with youth for a future in agriculture.


We’re working to provide long term access to produce through innovative work with hundreds of partners all across the country. Read more about our Good Food for All partners here.