Our Commitment to Staying Local

Nov 6, 2020 5:21:04 PM Sarah MacDougall

So many meal prep services give up their ability to truly connect with the households they serve.

Mealtime is about connection - with food and with family.

At Feast & Fettle, we don’t aim to deliver to as many communities as possible, we aim to become a part of as many communities as possible. This process takes a bit longer - but it is in our DNA to learn, grown, and connect with each and every community we serve.

We spend a lot of time getting to know all of our members across Rhode Island and Massachusetts. We cater our menus to our members specific preferences, lean into seasonal trends, and we learn what local products they want to see and why.

Connecting with reputable local brands allows us to showcase our commitment to the community, and we’re proud of the network of businesses we’ve built into our service, such as Seven Stars Bakery, KNEAD and PVDonuts, Tony’s Seafood, and Wright's Dairy Farm.

When we launch F&F kitchen #2 (and 3, and 4)… we’ll do it all over again. A new location means a new set of menus and partners. Your experience as an F&F member will always be a little different depending on where you live.

It’s the same reason we promise to always deliver your meals ourselves - we’ve ditched the traditional model in order to build real relationships, every day, with every community we serve.