Find Nutrient-Dense Foods

If you take our Dietary Dangers and Dietary Guidelines to heart, you may be wondering where to find the nutrient-dense foods we recommend. Take one or more of the following steps to start your quest:

Ask a Local Chapter Leader. These volunteers have done the leg-work for you. Contact one in your area to obtain their list of readily available nutrient-dense foods.

Visit RealMilk.comOn our special project site, you’ll find farmers who sell or distribute through herdshares raw milk and raw dairy products (cream, butter, cheese, yogurt, kefir). These farms often provide other nutrient-dense foods in addition to raw dairy, such as pastured meat, eggs, honey, and produce.

Buy an Annual Shopping Guide. Every year we research hundreds of recommendations for commercial vendors for this no-advertisements shopping guide and categorize them as “Best,” “Good,” or “Avoid.” Buy one or more here. (You’ll also receive one annually with your membership in the Weston A. Price Foundation!)

Peruse the advertisements in the Wise Traditions Journal. Our quarterly journal is a benefit of membership. A popular section is “The Shop Heard Round the World,” 20+ pages of carefully vetted, high-quality food vendor advertisements.  Join now to receive your first issue or buy a single issue ($10 value) from the shopping cart.

Read Healthy 4 Life This short nutrition primer with recipes is a great introduction to nutrient-density, organized around four basic “food groups” to simplify meal planning and help you maximize nutrients for robust good health. You can download a PDF version from the Healthy 4 Life page, or order your own printed copy from the shopping cart.

Jill Nienhiser has been a Weston A. Price Foundation member since 2001, and has provided web maintenance, editing, and proofreading support for and for many years. She also helped launched the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund in 2007.

58 Responses to Find Nutrient-Dense Foods

  1. Tom Gessner says:

    Hi, I came to the portion of Weston A. Price’s website dealing with finding nutrient-dense food. I am not sure if this is where to leave this inquiry, but I would love to know! I live in West Allis, WI (zip: 53214). If you can help, that would be great!


    • Christine says:

      Hey Tom – I just happened to see this while on the site. My farm is located in North Prairie WI we raise grass fed beef (real beef cows), pastured pork, free range eggs, raw honey and produce and were starting to raise chickens for meat. We don’t certify organic because we don’t use any pesticides etc! Our website is

  2. Rahime Ting says:

    Looking for resources in the Berkeley (or San Francisco), CA area

    Thank you!

  3. Jennifer says:

    Looking for sources in the San Diego area

  4. Sara Elizabeth says:

    Do you have Registered Dietitian’s on staff to provide information on nutrient dense foods and overall healthful eating? If not, I woudl love to extend my expertise. Shoot me an email.

  5. Susan Parker says:

    Where can I find a source for pasture raised beef and pork fat in the Kingston, Wa area (Kitsap county). Thank you for your help!

  6. joy says:


    where can i find one in VA, Virginia

    • Sharon says:

      Dolce Vita Farm, Sutherland, VA 804-721-3256
      Elim Springs Farm 804-931-8197

    • Lyssy, A says:

      Hello Joy, Highland Orchard Farm, Covesville, VA 100% pasture grazed beef, lamb, goat & pastured Non-gmo pork, chicken & duck. My husband and I moved here because hydrofracturing pushed us off the family farm in TX 1.5 yrs ago. We have been proving the Price way of eating works since we really hit it hard 8 years ago. Open farm Saturdays 11-4. Hope to meet you all soon!

  7. Martha Dyer says:

    Where can I find grass-fed milk in the area of Wilmington, Leland, NC? Do I have to have it sent to me?

  8. I am a producer of 100% grassfed beef and organically fed pastured pork and chicken. How do I get on the list for local chapters in my area? Should I contact each one? We’re located in upstate NY.

  9. Shannon says:

    Hi I’m looking resources in the Avon/Edwards Colorado area. Thank you

    • Jen says:


      I too am in the valley! I’ve been looking tirelessly for raw milk close to us but about 1 1/2-2 hours away is the closest I can find (Denver or Grand Junction). I would love to make contact with you… maybe we can hook up a raw milk ride share? Other than that, I’ve been buying my meat online from Alderspring ranch but would really, really like to source that closer to home as well.

      Looking forward to hearing from you,


  10. Nancy says:

    Looking for a chapter near Windsor Ont Canada.

  11. Ann says:

    Looking for a chapter in Devon UK please. Any info greatly appreciated

  12. Shanah says:

    Yelm, WA
    Hi, I came to this page hoping to find resources in my local area. Anyone know where I can get information for Yelm, WA

  13. Pat Rogers says:

    Looking for resources in Palm Springs CA?

  14. Barb Hall says:

    looking for resources in St. Louis, MO, please

  15. Patricia Martinez says:

    I too, am looking for resources near where I live in San Antonio, TX.

  16. Dale Dobbins says:

    Part of the last election in my state of OR. was a opportunity for the citizens to pass a law makeing food producers selling their food in OR. to label them as having GMO ingredients. It failed but only by a small margin. My question is who is driving the interest in labeling food as having GMO ingredients, what is in it for them and where does their funding come from.
    I am not a scientist do have a business degree.
    Thanks for your response.
    Dale Dobbins

  17. Nat says:

    Where can I find a farm selling this food near northridge ca

  18. Adrienne says:

    Where can I find a Weston A. Price Foundation Chapter near New Haven, Hamden, or Meriden in Connecticut? Where would the closest chapters be? The chapter list on this website isn’t up to date.
    Also, where can I find healthy foods at reasonable prices in these areas?

  19. Brandi S says:

    When I take Nordic natural cod liver oil even at only 1 tsp I notice my hair starts falling out. That is the only supplement I take. I do think it helps some with depression but I don’t like to take it when I notice my hair falls out more. What could be the problem? Nordic naturals seems to be a good brand.

  20. Joy H. says:

    I’d love to know where to buy locally grown organic produce, kefir, raw honey and pasture raised grassfed chicken, turkey and beef in Metrowest County Massachusetts. It’s hard for me to find trustworthy sources in my area.

  21. john says:

    I love the philosoggy of WAPF but was just curious about something, why isn’t cod liver promoted? I came across a tin of cod liver packed in its own oil and it was awesome! Not fishy at all and tasted like pate. Is there a BPA concern with all the oil and lining of the can (like a sardine can)?

  22. Mark Craig says:

    I am looking for primary, accessible sources/citations/references comparing the nutrient value of cereals, vegetables, meats, fruits, pulses and starchy tubers. Can anyone help?

  23. Kimberly says:

    Looking for affordable. ,free range meat and organic fruits. And vegtables. In Polk County FL area I’m on a fixed income,with health issues and need affordable prices. Thank you

  24. Soobee says:

  25. Hi, guys,

    Where in Europe could I find these foods?


  26. Estefany says:

    I would like to know where to find these foods in Phoenix, AZ please.

    Thank you!

  27. Josh says:

    I’m wondering if anyone knows about these types of foods in the Carlyle, Canada area.

  28. Kris says:

    Does anyone have recommendations for locally grown nutrient dense foods in Las Vegas, NV?

  29. Deb says:

    Looking for a local group in the Barry county area of Michigan.
    Hoping you can help me find one.

  30. Mary Sue Laing says:

    How can I get vitamin e in natural foods besides in nuts and seeds and greens?

    • Joel says:

      Mary Sue,
      Look here … my favorite food site, I just call it George
      #1 sunflower seeds
      #2 almonds
      #3 spinach
      #4 swiss chard
      #5 avocoado …
      #6 peanuts
      #7 turnip greens
      #8 asparagus
      #9 beet greens
      10 mustard greens
      In other words, you pretty much have the major sources covered! There’s more at the link sorted into categories of Excellent, Very Good and Good.

  31. Hector says:

    Where can I find a source for pasture raised beef and pork fat in Miami, FL. Thank you for your help!

  32. allen phillips says:

    Hello, I am trying to find a producer that serves the Knoxville, Tn. area. Please let me know. My email is Thanks

  33. Meera says:

    Where an I find grass-fed cow’s milk in Sanremo, Italy – assuming your site caters for other countries.

  34. Bert Fartskimarzchs says:

    Im looking for nutrient dense food here in london.y”all can help.anywhere here have it

  35. Maya says:

    Where can I find raw grass fed organic milk in the Princeton NJ area? Thanks!

  36. Marilyn says:

    I would like to order some bison & turkey. I can’t seem to find it on the web site. Can you please tell me how?

  37. Geneviève Pépin-Filion says:


    Great info! Do you have any information on where to get raw milk in Canada?

  38. Roxanne says:

    I would like to know where I can get pastured eggs, soyfree and corn free in the San Francisco Bay area. Where is the link to the egg review and sources? Thanks!

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