A class you can sink your teeth into

Get the Good Food Machine

Before the holidays, the kids all harvested one last big salad from their tower garden. When asked if they wanted dressing for the salad, many said no, and were content to eat their leafy veggies without any additional dressing to make them "tastier". Rosemary said she never thought something like that would be possible, having kids just eat straight-up vegetables, without being coated in something. She was amazed.

Food education often happens outside the classroom. The Good Food Machine brings it right into the class. With aeroponic growing towers, mobile kitchen carts and digital learning tools, The Good Food Machine helps students learn about food while it grows in front of them.

Purchase a Good Food Machine for your home or school

Review the pricing chart below and email goodfoodmachine@loyalty.com to place your order.

*Prices are subject to change. Prices include tax and shipping where indicated. Delivery outside of the GTA will be subject to additional fees. Non-profit sliding scale or corporate rates may apply to FoodShare training costs.

Click here to download a PDF pricing chart for the Good Food Machine.

Thanks to LoyaltyOne and Green Bronx Machine for their support in getting the Good Food Machine started. Read more about the Good Food Machine at LoyaltyOne's website.


Good Food Machine - Kitchen Cart Policies and Procedures
Good Food Machine - Kitchen Cart Activities
Good Food Machine - Tower Garden Workshops
Good Food Machine - Educator Training Outlines
Good Food Machine - Educator Package
Good Food Machine - Educator Toolkit

Good Food Machine

This is the Good Food Machine. It's where kids learn to grow, cook and eat healthy food without ever leaving the classroom.

Let us help you

Contact Brooke Ziebell if you have any question about this program.

Brooke Ziebell
Community Food Programs Manager
416-363-6441 x248

Program Lead

Brooke Ziebell // Community Food Programs Manager

Brooke moved from Australia and joined the FoodShare team in 2009 - perfectly timing her arrival with an emerging local food movement and rapidly increasing public awareness of the importance of good food education. Immediately caught up in the buzz around food literacy, Brooke soon realized her joy was developing and implementing fun, hands-on food workshops and events for students...see full bio