We are in this together
Our “eat like a chef” mentality brings you the quality you'd expect from your favorite restaurateur. Local produce, unique flavors, and the ease of at-home delivery combine for a remarkable culinary experience.
We believe in community. Share Farm looks to bring together friends, neighbors, chefs and farmers together at one table — yours
We believe in quality. If it’s not local, it’s exceptional.
We believe in sustainability. We pride ourselves on supplying top quality products via a conscientious supply chain to maximize freshness and quality while minimizing waste and environmental impact.
To inspire home chefs with unique, sustainable products for a memorable gastronomical experience at home, culminating with the idea that it’s possible to build a richer experience with your food and each other.
We aspire to build a network of accessible local food sources to continue inspiring culinary experiences and making a sustainable food supply chain accessible to many more.
Originally a platform allowing seamless transactions between growers and end consumers, Share Farm was founded to more deeply connect local farmers to their communities. Our next step was to create Eat Like a Chef in order to add further value and enrich people’s connection to their food with a little help from our region’s best chefs. Marrying community with sustainability, Share Farm provides chef-curated seasonal meal kits and a locally focused, no-commitment marketplace, all with the ease of at-home delivery, making it as easy as possible to eat sustainably, locally and deliciously.
Vince Peak launched Share Farm in 2015 as a solution to remove barriers between local producers and the community. Vince’s education and professional background has served as the catalyst for Share Farm’s continued devotion to innovating sustainable food systems, while his personal ventures as an herbalist maintains his drive for quality local produce.
As a chef who has helmed nearly a dozen different restaurants in his two decades in the industry, Adam Hegsted has been a forceful advocate and pioneer for thoughtful local eating. He brings that passion to Share Farm and to the Eat Like a Chef experience. Hegsted seeks to recreate in local home kitchens the experience he tries to bring to his restaurants. Local ingredients wherever possible, and exceptional products no matter what.
Eric Kobe brings a background in sales marketing and a passion for local food and sustainability to the Share Farm platform. His genius for marketplace expansion means that home chefs nation-wide can experience easy and sustainable gourmet cooking through Share Farm.