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For just $12.95 AUD, The Good Food Society advocates a change in the food industry–order a nourishing meal with the option to pay it forward for somebody in need.
Australia's Good Food Society advocates for good food for everybody. They offer a meal delivery service that creates nutritious vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free meals for customers to enjoy. The Good Food Society uses cruelty-free dairy products and organic ingredients to ensure wholesome and nourishing foods for all.
Starting at $12.95, customers can choose from a range of healthy and nourishing meals including falafels with baba ghanoush and paneer with spinach curry. All orders are made through the website and incur a shipping rate depending on delivery address and the number of meals ordered.
Falafel with baba ghanoush and coconut kale
Vegetarian pad thai
The Good Food Society differentiates through an active mission to give back to the community from which they started. For every 10 meals purchased, 1 meal is delivered directly to someone in need. To promote ethical consumerism and create lasting change, The Good Food Society promotes a ‘Pay It Forward’ initiative, through which individuals can send a box of food and a simple message to someone they know who is in need, with the option of appearing anonymous. The one on the receiving end will be delivered the meal and the personalised note. More than just a movement to help the needy, The Good Food Society aims to raise awareness of those going through a tough time, no matter their walk of life.
Established by a group of friends united by their passion to change the food industry, The Good Food Society’s ultimate goal is that every person, privileged or not, will have regular access to fresh and healthy food.
Emma, the co-founder of The Good Food Society
Small businesses around the world with a focus on contributing to the community through food are increasing in number. Internationally known Karma Kitchen, where your food is paid for by the party before you, in a simple act of kindness, has locations in countries including India, the United States and France. Singapore-based CHOPE FOOD for the NEEDY, in which you are encouraged to visit a fast food stall and pre-pay a number of meals, is another business that contributes to the community. It is our hope that Hong Kong, with its abundance of wholesome, good foods and startlingly high percentage of people unable to afford them, can do the same.
Visit The Good Food Society website for more information.