We purchase and grow our herb, spice and pepper seeds through Wildrose Heritage Seed Company.
Located in Lethbridge, Alberta Canada.
Wildrose Heritage Seed Company offers only ‘heirloom’ vegetable seeds for one simple reason: These seeds represent our history from generation to generation and they represent our future food security as well. We encourage you to save the seed from our open-pollinated seed varieties that we offer. With the proper growing techniques and the proper seed saving methods, you can reliably grow and enjoy the same plants for generations to come. We strive to offer only the highest quality agricultural seed available that fits our ethical profile.
We use Vancouver Island Sea Salt in our Flavoured Sea Salts and Seasonings.
Located in Oyster Bay on Vancouver Island, BC
The pristine shorelines of Vancouver Island create the perfect “merroir” for crafting a world class sea salt. We work hard to make our salt but there’s no question that the most special thing about it is where it comes from.
Located on a stunning 400 acre farm with over 2 km of untouched ocean frontage on Oyster Bay, our salt harvestry sits halfway between the vibrant shellfish coast of Comox and the ‘Salmon Capital of the World’, Campbell River. The surrounding waters are glacier fed and bordered by old growth forests. This brings a unique blend of minerals to our salt while keeping our water source clean and unspoiled.
Our Vanilla Bean and Spice Farmer Friends are located in the Mananara Avaratra area. They sustainably & ethically farm on a small scale. Our purchases go directly to the family. They supply us with top-quality spices:
Grade A Vanilla Beans
We purchase spices from an amazing, family-run farm in Madagascar. With Covid restrictions lifting, we plan to visit them this upcoming year!
Back in 2006, a small group of European expatriates discovered that Cambodia, and particularly the region of Kampot, was rife with high quality, natural products waiting to be discovered by a global audience. After generations of working the land, the Cambodian farmers were highly skilled in traditional agricultural techniques, producing fine spices and sugar. Items of such high quality would be sought after by the overseas market.
Developed by the group of expatriates, FARMLINK creates that link between the farmers and the international markets, giving the farmers a much-needed vehicle for sales they wouldn’t otherwise have access to. FARMLINK is a Cambodian registered company, helping local farmers develop their businesses and provide new sources of income.
Kampot Red Peppercorn: unlike the pink peppercorn you may find locally (a berry closely related to the cashew family), Kampot RED peppercorn is similar to the Kampot black peppercorn BUT you can taste the floral notes, similar to the pink peppercorn, with a much stronger and true pepper taste.
Kampot White Peppercorn:
Not only does this peppercorn pack a punch it tastes like delicious, true peppercorn. Dislike the "white peppercorn" you are used to finding here in North America? Try the Kampot White Peppercorn! It's white, great for making light sauces, but it's packed full of peppercorn taste. Skip the undesirable taste of the conventional white peppercorn and try Kampot White Peppercorn's true peppercorn flavour for yourself.
Ethically sourced then roasted in Alberta, Canada.
$8.00 is donated for every bag of Harley's House Coffee sold.
Harley’s House is a semi-independent, adult living, transition complex that is being built in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. We are committed to providing a supportive living environment for individuals transitioning out of foster care by ensuring that our residents have the opportunity to develop social and life skills that they require to live independently. Harley’s House will help to bring out the best in its residents and assist them to gain the confidence they need to self-advocate and fully function in society. Each bag of coffee purchased will secure a place for these individuals whether they have an income or not as they transition into adulthood. We purchased the land on October 20th, 2020 within the first 6 months of fundraising. Harley’s House Coffee is designed to be a long-term income source to support the initial build, the residents and operating expenses for the home.
Harley's House in Alberta