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3 acres creates various products from honey and beeswax. Their products include honey, candles, and skincare products.

A Good Portion

A Good Portion is a Vancouver-based food production and packaging company.

  • Gluten-Free
  • Non-GMO
  • Organic

Acropolis Organics

Acropolis Organics uses bioharvest and organic farming to create a line of cooking oils and vinegar.

  • Organic


ActivPOP is a brand of popcorn made in Canada. The popcorn is made with charcoal infused sea salt & coconut oil.

African Bronze Honey Company Ltd.

African Bronze Honey Company Ltd. works with African beekeeping projects to market their sustainably harvested, 100% natural forest honey. Their honey is certified organic.

  • Organic

Alberta Natural Products

Alberta Natural Products is a family owned business based in Calgary that creates natural health and body care products.

Anita's Organic Mill

Anita's Organic Mill is located in Chilliwack, BC. All products are created in Canada.

  • Organic

Anne of Green Gables Chocolates

Anne of Green Gables Chocolates is a traditional chocolate shoppe that specialized in handmade chocolates made with time tested Prince Edward Island recipes.

  • Sugar-Free

Artizen Kombucha

Artizen Kombucha has been making Kombucha since 2016. It is a family-run business based in Perth, ON. Production is also in Perth.

Authentic Seacoast

Authentic Seacoast is based in Guysborough. They make coffee, beer and various spirits.

B Factory

B Factory makes products out of beeswax. Their product line includes beeswax food wraps, beeswax sandwich wraps, a natural modeling wax for kids, a wood butter, and a food-safe wood treatment.

  • Organic

Bacon Ketchup

Bacon Ketchup is small batch ketchup and sauces made in British Columbia.

Baden Coffee Company

Baden Coffee Company makes small batch roasted coffee in Baden, Ontario.

  • Organic

Balderson Cheese

Balderson Cheese began in 1881 by local dairy farmers of Lanark County, near Perth, Ontario. They created a Chedder cheese factory at a crossroads that came to be known, Balderson Corners. The company is named after John Balderson, a retired sergeant from the British army who was among the first homesteaders in the area in the 1860s.