Join GoodProducer

Are you a blogger?

Would you like to benefit local producers all over the world? Let’s work together!

Contact us
Join GoodProducer

Do you love blogging?

Would you like to benefit local producers all over the world? Let’s work together!

Contact us

Be Creative and Join GoodProducer

What is GoodProducer?

GoodProducer is a network of small producers from all over the world. Small producers who dedicate their lives to creating amazing food invite you to visit their farms and to enjoy the beauty surrounding their workplaces.
Visit this page and discover the services we provide to small producers
Meet the team

 

Our Philosophy

Agricultural practices are, in part, responsible for climate change but they can also be part of the solution. To choose the best product a consumer needs to understand what’s behind a product, the hard work involved in the production process, and the ethics and behaviors of the people working to create these products.
Being a part of this project means you help give a voice to small scale farmers and food producers who can not afford a marketing agency to obtain a strong presence on the Internet.
It’s time to think differently about how we grow our food and at the same time preserve our planet. Help us to spread the word!

 

How you can collaborate with us

Well, just by doing what you love… blogging. Write a couple of blogs every month about anything related to small producers, off the beaten track places, indigenous food products, sustainable agriculture, or healthy recipes. Likewise, we are fully open to discuss with you any new ideas on topics to cover. We just want you to be creative!

 

How you will be rewarded

For the right candidate:

  • Get more visitors to your blog:
  • We will add a small biography at the end of the blog post that you create as well as a link to your blog or website.

  • Get extra money:
  • Producers are paying a yearly fee.
    Every time a producer joins our platform you will earn 10.00 €. At the moment, GP is a very young project, we are a small network of producers mainly located in Spain and Italy. However, our goal is to get as many local farmers involved in our project in as many countries as we can. Let’s grow together!

     

    What happens when a producer renews their fee?

    You will get another 10.00 €. Producers who want to renew their fees are happy customers. They are satisfied with our service and the way we manage the platform. That means that you are doing a good job too!

     
    So if you believe that we can work synergistically together and would like to at the same time benefit local producers all over the world, fill-out the form below and we will contact you as soon as we can.

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    GoodProducer is a network of small producers from all over the world. We believe in collaborating with quality conscious producers. Our aim is to connect small producers, who are devoted to creating unique products and are living in beautiful off-the-beaten track places.

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    GoodProducer is a network of small producers from all over the world. Our aim is to connect small producers, who are devoted to creating unique products and are living in beautiful off-the-beaten track places.

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