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see below our offerings for

2 Main Dishes & a Soup

Place Order by Sunday by noon
For Tuesday Delivery


Each eco-friendly reusable container contains 2 generous meal portions. Each portion is priced at $12.50, so each box is $25. We ask that you rinse your containers and return to us each week, and then we sanitize at our commercial kitchen.

All main dishes and soups are Gluten Free unless explicitly stated otherwise, however they are not produced in a GF certified facility. Most meals are Dairy Free and IF we have dairy it is usually in sauce on the side and will be explicitly stated in description. Soups are always Vegan and come in 32oz containers that are freezer friendly. 

The meat we use is All Natural (no antibiotics, growth hormones, ever!), and often organic and/or locally sourced. We commit to using high quality ingredients all around. No white sugar, no preservatives, GMOs, artificial ingredients, MSG, or high fructose corn syrup. Our vegetables are sourced from high quality retailers or local farmers whenever possible according to what is in season.

We offer a vegetarian version of most dishes with either a substitute for meat or lots of extra veggies added. Vegetarian options are ordered separately.


Wednesdays - New Menu of the Week is Announced by Noon
Sundays - Place Your Order by Noon with the form below
Mondays - We make your orders fresh at the kitchen
Tuesdays - We deliver to your door by 3pm or you pick up at Yellow Barn Farm at the mini fridge to the left of their shipping container retail store, Rekaivery, 3pm or later.

Buddha Bowls with Chicken

$ 25 

Ancient grains cooked with turmeric, roasted sweet potatoes, zucchini and other seasonal veggies, roasted chicken and a made in house green goddess sauce with greek yogurt and fresh herbs

Buddha Bowls with Chickpea Meatballs (VEG)

$ 25 

Ancient grains cooked with turmeric, roasted sweet potatoes, zucchini and other seasonal veggies, chickpea meatballs and a made in house green goddess sauce with greek yogurt and fresh herbs

Layered Tamale Pie with Pulled Pork

$ 25 

Heirloom Masa (made with coconut oil instead of lard) layered with pulled pork, beans, made in house ranchero sauce and roasted veggies

Layered Tamale Pie with Grilled Mushrooms (VEG)

$ 25 

Heirloom Masa (made with coconut oil instead of lard) layered with grilled mushrooms, beans, made in house ranchero sauce and roasted veggies

Roasted Cauliflower Curried Coconut Soup

$ 10 

Coconut milk base, hearty soup with roasted cauliflower, onions, garlic, herbs and mild curry seasoning


About Our Meals

Our goal is to make Global Food Made Local, accessible and affordable to you and your family! Meals are designed to be delicious first and foremost, and healthy without tasting like “health food.” We are committed to cooking recipes from-scratch, with all natural ingredients, meaning no pre-made sauces, no MSG, no preservatives, no artificial ingredients, no canola oil and no white sugar. Sometimes “healthy” gets misinterpreted as bland or boring. Our meals are the multicultural antithesis to steamed broccoli and white meat chicken. With plenty of variety of fresh, seasonal veggies and made-from-scratch sauces and seasoning we know you will enjoy every bite. Enjoy Global Food Made Local and give your taste buds the gift of travel all from the comfort of your home.

All of our meals will be Gluten Free and in many cases Dairy Free and low-carb. Our meals will consist of 3 components: a Meat, a Veggie or Veggie Medley and some kind of Starch (Whole Grains/ Rice/ Corn/ Root Veggie). Sometimes in the form of a “one-pot-meal” or 2–3 separate dishes that pair well together. Meals will always be delivered fresh, and ready to easily heat up and serve. We source most of our meats from local ranchers and ensure that our meats are 100% natural and humanely raised. If meat is not your thing, no worries, we always provide a vegetarian option. Each Wednesday you can find our new Menu of the Week where we offer 2 main dish options and a soup. We use original recipes that are based on global crowd pleasers, creatively incorporating in-season local veggies and all natural ingredients. We are also using environmentally friendly reusable packaging. Each meal is priced at $12.50 and each Deliver Zero reusable package contains 2 generous meal portions. You can mix and match for any family size and varying meal planning needs. Deliveries to Lyons, Longmont, Lafayette, Erie and parts of Denver are made every Tuesday or can be picked up at Yellow Barn Farm every Tuesday.  Orders must be placed each week by Sundays at noon.

WHO's IN THE KITCHEN? Stephen and Marin are co-owners and chefs that draw on their eclectic studies of global cuisines, and heritage recipes learned from Mediterranean and Middle Eastern backgrounds. We also bring in guest chefs from the Food Bridge community so you will have a true global experience, as if you are traveling from home through your taste buds. This also helps support locally-owned businesses and budding entrepreneurs that are building careers in catering. Cuisines that will be offered include Burmese, Regional Mexican, North African, and Korean, just to name a few. Many of these chefs are immigrants or refugees. This will bring them an important source of supplemental income and support them in building their brand.

seitan in brown sauce with beans and rice

Our Mission

is two fold:

  1. To bring under-represented cuisine(s) to the table by supporting diverse chefs so they can thrive in an ever-changing food industry
  2. To bridge the gaps in a disconnected food system so that Global Food Made Local can be accessible and sustainable.

We work with farmers, chefs, organizational partners, and all of you to make this vision possible. We believe in mutually beneficial relationships and abundance when passion and skill is shared. Food Bridge is here to support the chefs in doing what they love most: cooking. We handle the logistics, tech background, marketing, and more to support a meal delivery service and they get to cook their food in a form that is convenient and accessible to households like yours. You get to give us your support instead of to the corporate competitors and in turn support local chefs and farmers.

Marin Toscano with Chef Zin Zin

2022 is an exciting year for Food Bridge and the communities it serves.

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About Our Catering

Looking to cater an event and support local but can’t find much variety? Food Bridge is designed to be a one-stop shop for all your catering needs. If it is a small-scale event, you will find several great chefs that offer catering services and can work with you directly. If it is a large event (over 100 people) and you want people to experience a kind of food festival, you can choose our Collective Catering option, where 2–4 chefs will create a part of the plate and guests can enjoy an international feast. Perfect for weddings, festivals, and other large-scale events. Food Bridge ensures great customer service and can be your single point of contact for smooth operations.

How We Got Here

In an ever-changing food industry, chefs need to be able to adapt their businesses. The pandemic brought many challenges to food businesses, especially small-scale ones, but it has also brought opportunity. Restaurants struggled, catering decreased, and yet there was a huge increase in delivery models and especially pre-made meal delivery.

Food Bridge paused its catering incubator in 2020 and refocused its efforts on emergency food relief. Chefs made prepared meals that were added to over 400 food boxes a week for communities in need. During this time, founder Marin Toscano started to think about how we could redesign our program to incorporate prepared meals. More than ever people need healthy food to support a healthy lifestyle, with less stress, and more enjoyment.

Where We’re Going

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