Making and distributing sustainable-sourced bulk meals to offices and homes.

🍽 Making healthy food accessible to everyone.
⏰ Feed your family in 5 min for £5/person.
📦 Fresh meals delivered UK-nationwide.

🥰 The New York Times described Farmstand's meals as delivering "wellness for all."

🌱 Fresh not frozen.
⛔️ No added sugar. 
🌱 80% veggie (65% vegan), 5% sustainable fish, 15% sustainable meat. 
🌍 100% sustainable sourcing & operations. 100% transparent. 100% for all.
⛔️ No packaging waste.
⛔️ No food waste.
🚚 Carbon neutral distribution.

🙌🏼 Convenience without compromise.
Farmstand is the Future of Food.🚀 

🙆🏼‍♀️ Our entire team are owners. All are paid at least the London Living Wage with zero gender pay gap. 50% of our Board of Directors are also women.

Why did we start Farmstand?
In 2006, our Founder, Steven, was diagnosed with cancer. He believes changing to a plant-based diet helped him beat cancer. Beating cancer made him passionate about healthy food + the environment and growing up working class made him appreciate affordability + convenience which is why he started Farmstand.

We have something for everyone. Our all-day offering is flexitarian. An international menu without the carbon footprint.

Our goal is to have everyone on the planet eat One plant-based Meal a Day. We call it, OMD.

Were named a top-2 most sustainable food-service business in Europe 2 years in a row.
B Corp pending (filing was completed in August 2020).
We will be carbon negative by December 2021.

We've been profiled in Vogue, The New York Times, The Guardian, The Telegraph, Business Insider.

FOUNDED
2016

HEADQUARTERS
Greater London, England, United Kingdom

COMPANY SIZE
1–5

Steven Novick

Steven Novick (CEO & Founder at Farmstand) has been an Unreasonable Fellow since October 2020 and most recently participated in Unreasonable Impact UK & Europe 2020.

Unreasonable Impact UK & Europe 2020

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