We’re an independent business in Leeds. And we buy from local suppliers, deliver to local people and support local charities. This not only brings benefits to you and our city, but to the world as a whole.
Good for you
Your food arrives fresher and full of flavour and goodness because it doesn’t travel so far. We collect it from nearby suppliers and deliver straight to you, rather than storing it in a warehouse. We also help you prevent food waste by including a recipe card in each goodbox and inspiration here.
Good for Leeds
By buying local, you give a boost to our city’s economy and communities. And you help to provide for the people in our neighbourhoods who need free fresh food most.
Good for the world
Grouping deliveries by postcode means we can order accurately, so there’s no food waste. Our packaging is minimal and either recyclable or compostable. And we reduce your carbon footprint by using a zero-emissions electric delivery van.
Where we deliver
We currently deliver to the LS1, LS2, LS3, LS4, LS5, LS6,
LS7, LS8, LS16, LS17 and LS18 areas of Leeds.
Coming to you soon
We’re working hard to bring goodbox to more postcodes. Register your interest and we’ll tell you as soon as we’re delivering to your area. We’ll also keep you updated with our news, including offers, product launches and all the good we’re doing.
Reliably good, local suppliers
We choose independent, local suppliers who care about people, the planet and the quality of their produce as much as we do.
To keep standards high, we:
- Always try suppliers’ products before stocking them.
- Test and challenge quality levels regularly.
- Meet suppliers twice a year to stay close to them and their business.
Why C Scruton for fresh fruit & veg
We’ve bought from C Scruton for years for our other business, Lean Lunch, and have great confidence in the quality of their produce. They’re really responsive to feedback and quickly make any improvements needed.
Why The Organic Pantry for organic fruit & veg
Produce from The Organic Pantry is always fantastic quality and seasonal. And they grow the majority of it on their certified organic farm in Tadcaster.
Why Dark Woods for premium coffee
Dark Woods select their beans from high-quality, traceable farms. Then roast them, traditionally, at their mill in the Pennines. They’ve won numerous Great Taste awards, which we can definitely vouch for.
Why Sykes House Farm for high-welfare chicken
This Yorkshire farm works to the highest welfare standards in the industry and helps us keep food miles low. They’ve also won a Great Taste Award for their fabulous chicken.
Why The Yorkshire Pasta Company for locally produced pasta
This artisan firm buys flour from a nearby Yorkshire mill. Then they use traditional techniques to make delicious pasta. It’s just flour, water and plenty of passion. And the taste and texture are first class.