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You can find our ferments at our roadside farm stand (open April - October), at our booths at the Wolfville and the Lunenburg Farmers' Markets, as well as on the shelves of the following Nova Scotian retailers:
























Hants County:

Mosaic Market (Windsor)

Kings County:

Canning Village Meat Market (Canning)

DK Fairn Farm Market (Centreville)
Noggins Corner Farm (Greenwich)

Hennigars Farm Market (Wolfville)

EOS Natural Foods (Wolfville)
Market on Route 12 (Kentville)
Simply For Life (Kentville)

Glad Gardens (Waterville)
Nichols Farm Market (Berwick)

Annapolis County:

Spurr Brothers Farm Market & Cidery (Wilmot)

Bee's Knees General Store & Bakery (Lawrencetown)
Bushel & Barrow Natural Farm Market (Granville Ferry)

The Red Onion Market (Annapolis Royal)

Lunenburg County

Keliza Holistic Living (Mahone Bay)

Jo-Ann's Deli Market & Bake Shop (Mahone Bay)

Chicory Blue General Store (Blockhouse)

LaHave Bakery (LaHave)

Ploughman's Lunch (West Dublin)

Wile's Lake Farm Market (Wileville)

South Shore Natural Foods (Bridgewater)

Bob & The Boys Farm Market (Hebbs Cross)

Queens County

Five Girls Baking (Liverpool)

Shelburne County
Lockeport Town Market (Lockeport)

Phil Scott's Fuels (Barrington)

Halifax Regional Municipality

Planet Paws Pet Essentials (Dartmouth)

Osprey's Roost - Oxford (Halifax)

A bit more about our products:



We make a seasonally-influenced line of hand-crafted, small-batch, fermented, specialty sauerkrauts, kimchis and pickles.

Our wild-fermented krauts, kimchis, and pickles are made with raw vegetables & sea salt. We follow traditional fermentation methods, resulting in preserved food that has become a powerhouse of beneficial bacteria (probiotics) that aid in digestion and immune system support. 

Fermented foods are incredibly versatile! Eat them with breakfast, lunch, and dinner or just grab a fork and snack on them straight out of the jar!

Ecological regeneration is extremely important to us, and agriculture has a huge role to play in this. We are passionate about sourcing our ingredients from local, Nova Scotia farmers whose growing practices are ecologically sensitive. 

Why not only Certified Organic? 

Although we do source organic produce from certified farms, we are not exclusively committed to Certified Organic ingredients. This is because Nova Scotia has many small-scale farmers whose farming practices are environmentally sensitive and ecologically regenerative, but who have chosen not to certify their farms for various reasons (our own farm falls into this category). We know and trust the farmers we source our ingredients from and do not want to exclude farms who choose not to certify their farms.


Are you a retailer or restaurant interested in receiving our wholesale list? Please reach out to us at We'd love to hear from you!

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