As Giving Tuesday, the world’s largest generosity movement, approaches, we’re asking YOU, our family, friends, clients and vendors if you would support Goodly’s mission by making a financial donation so that we can continue to repurpose surplus produce, create unique employment opportunities, and feed people in need.

Donate now.

Goodly Foods makes soups, stews and sauces by repurposing surplus produce and creating supportive employment opportunities in partnership with our employment partner, HAVE Culinary Training Society.

What others consider as imperfect produce for the retail market, we see as an opportunity to develop delicious healthy soups, stews, and sauces while reducing surplus foods. 

Where people who experience barriers to employment are often turned away, we see incredible possibilities to provide food industry training and jobs that pay a living wage.

While many businesses try to work competitively, we value collaboration and actively seek innovative partnerships.

Working closely with our suppliers, partners and Product Development Chef Karen Barnaby, we are now developing our next generation of branded soups, stews and sauces out of Commissary Connects’ newest shared kitchen facility, BC’s first Regional Food Hub.

Your support would help us continue growing our social and environmental impacts. 

With every 1000 litres of soup made up to 1000 kg of produce is repurposed with 462 kg of CO2 emissions averted, over 80 hours of supported living wage employment are created, and a significant portion of our products continue to be donated to people in need through local food banks and community kitchens across Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley.

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