We’re working to connect communities and the land by supporting BIPOC farmers working together to build new collaborative systems through education and knowledge-sharing.
A gully bean is a small, bitter berry that grows on abandoned lands and gutters—called “gullies”—in Jamaica. It’s considered a local panacea with several health benefits. Gullybean honors this history and the heritage of our founder and farmer and reflects our belief in growing plants and investing in overlooked communities.
Five percent of all sales help support an ecosystem of urban farms and food justice organizations that serve nutritious veggies, fruits, and herbs to communities of color in New York City.