Seattle Good Business Network is partnering with Sustainable Connections and Business Impact NW to make the annual Farm-to-Table Trade Meeting a virtual regional event during Food Biz Week.

As part of the week’s festivities, we are offering Tasting Boxes that feature samples from food producers all over the region to enjoy during the event. They will be delivered or shipped by Monday, 2/22/21, so that you can connect with the producers virtually and learn more about each one as you taste their products from home. Box options include the Fresh Box, a mix of fresh foods & pantry items available with local delivery; the Pantry Box, a shelf-stable selection available to ship outside of the delivery area; and the Sipping Box, a delightful mix of all types of alcoholic beverages available for local delivery. Discover what’s inside below!

The Fresh Box & The Pantry Box

Photos may not reflect actual size included for some items. Where different, the description below will include the actual size.

The Fresh Box

The Pantry Box

What's the Cost?

The Fresh Box: 
$129 + delivery

The Fresh Box is available for delivery only in Seattle and Bellingham areas. Enter your address on the order page to determine pricing. If delivery is not available to your address, you can order The Pantry Box to be shipped.

The Pantry Box:
$99 + shipping or delivery

The Pantry Box is available to ship anywhere in the U.S. to addresses outside the delivery areas. Enter your address on the order page to determine pricing.

Deadline to Order

We anticipate that all boxes will sell out. Order early, and place your orders no later than Thursday, 2/11/21.

The Sipping Box

What's Inside?

What's the Cost?

The Sipping Box: 
$99 + delivery

The Sipping Box is available for delivery only in Seattle and Bellingham areas. Enter your address on the order page to determine pricing.

Deadline to Order

We anticipate that all boxes will sell out. Order early, and place your orders no later than Thursday, 2/11/21.

The Farm-to-Table Trade Meeting is being organized in partnership with Seattle Good Business Network’s Good Food Economy program, connecting the Puget Sound food community in order to strengthen the local food pipeline and build a resilient, sustainable, and just local food economy. The program was made possible with support from a Regional Food System Grant from King Conservation District.

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