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Mary’s Alpaca Poop

Compost tea “poop paks” made from alpaca manure “proven to be best organic fertilizer.” It’s clean, with no mess or smell, so it can be used indoors for houseplants as well as in the garden. It provides all the nutrients found in compost, including beneficial micro-organisms. Approved for organic farming by OMRI.


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Big Spoon Roasters

Handcrafted nut butters, made from scratch to order, all made with high quality ingredients. Their basic peanut butter, for example, is made from fresh-roasted peanuts, honey, sea salt, and a bit of organic coconut oil for a very smooth texture. But the really interesting thing is all the unique flavors and combinations. Hot Peanut contains chili peppers. Then there’s peanut cashew, peanut pecan, and peanut cocoa. Then almond cocoa, almond ginger, vanilla peanut sorghum (made with fresh vanilla beans) and more.


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Bao Cultured

Fermented condiments—catsup, BBQ sauce, hot sauce, and pickles filled with probiotics. Also cultured vegetable slaws and relishes, and flavored kombucha. “Each bottle is packed full of organic ingredients and vibrant probiotic bacteria.”


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Salts of the 7 Seas

A whole website dedicated to the best of the basic seasonings salt and pepper. Unusual sea salts and blends plus peppercorns. Samplers allow you to learn about salts and peppercorns and choose your favorites. “Salts of the 7 Seas was founded to bring the beautiful and healthy world of whole mineral, all natural sea salts to people everywhere who love to cook and eat. Produced in exacting standards with attention to purity, wholesomeness and respect for the environment.”


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Leaves & Flowers

A beautiful and unique selection of handcrafted herbal infusions and premium small batch teas. “Our inspiration comes from the plants themselves – the mythology of their medicine, their potent leaves, delicate flowers, and the intoxicating aroma and flavor they release when infused. At its conception, Leaves and Flowers established a close community of local farms who provide us with exceptional herbs for our herbal infusions. Our accompanying tea collection is sourced similarly to our herbal ingredients, with an ever-changing selection procured from small tea farms in regions of China, Japan and Africa. These farms have been implementing sustainable farming practices for generations, and provide us with teas of extraordinary quality and flavor. We feel fortunate to collaborate with farmers who live in such close relationship with the land. Our farms are either certified organic or apply sustainable farming practices. No chemicals or pesticides are used in the cultivation of our herbs or teas.”


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Ora Organic

Plant-based supplements made from real whole organic food—and they are designed to taste great too. “We wanted to make the supplement experience enjoyable (not just tolerable), so we brought on an in-house Chef to make our products taste great. No more giant horse sized capsules or pinching your nose to down something that tastes like a handful of dirt and grass.” Just a small collection now of multivitamins, protein, probiotics and omega-3s, but I love the concept of supplements actually being foods that taste good!


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A pink Himalayan salt cooking plate, manufactured to the safe for cooking, grilling, and baking. This plate enhances and seasons your food with before and during the cooking process. No need for cookware—you heat the slab of salt and cook food directly on it.


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Curio Spice Co.

Organic spices and exotic spice blends from around the world and the USA. Spices are sourced direct from origin whenever possible, “with the highest standards in organic and fair trade agriculture. Sourcing from origin highlights the “terroir” of spices from specific regions (just like wine), adding edible luxury, creativity and intense flavor to food, cocktails and more. Simultaneously, Curio’s dedication to direct sourcing and the highest standards in sustainability allow for a premium product and improved farmer livelihoods.”


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