Partners for Good

As a proud member, we donate 1% of our sales to nonprofit organizations that work to educate and inform communities on sustainable eating and living.


San Francisco United School District

During the COVID-19 school closures, Aplat donated 10% of sales to help support the SFUSD provide free breakfast and lunch to all children across San Francisco.

La Cocina

La Cocina is a nonprofit working to solve problems of equity in business ownership for women, immigrants, and people of color. They provide talented entrepreneurs with affordable commercial kitchen space, mentorship, and access to market opportunities.

Frances Charity Dinner Series

Aplat is a proud sponsor of chef Melissa Perello’s Frances 10th anniversary charity dinner series with 100% of proceeds going to local charities.

Good Food Awards

The Good Food Awards celebrates food that is authentic and responsibly produced in categories such as beer, chocolate, cheese, pickles and more. This year Aplat founder, Shujan, was a honored judge of the honey category.

Kitchen Table Advisors

Kitchen Table Advisors envisions a new generation of thriving small-scale, sustainable farms that produce healthy food and form the foundation of regional food systems

18 Reasons

18 Reasons empowers low income communities around the Bay Area with the confidence and creativity to buy, cook, and eat good food every day.

Good Future Design Alliance

As a founding member of the Good Future Design Alliance, we're using our collective voices to influence and develop real-world goals committed to concrete waste reduction.

The Edible Schoolyard Project

The mission of the Edible Schoolyard Project is to build and share a national edible education curriculum for pre-kindergarten through high school.

Earth Guardians

In partnership with shift7, Earth Guardians helped to provide PPE (masks, gowns, gloves, face shields, and hand sanitizer) as well as winter gear to Native American tribes across the U.S.

Phoenix Fibers

We collaborate with Phoenix Fibers to process any offcuts we have left from production. They collect post-industrial and post-consumer cotton and denim waste from all over the country and upcycle it into insulation material for new uses.