Our Brands

Authentic Oils & Extracts

Living Libations was founded in Hamilton, Ontario by Nadine. Nadine goes to great lengths to ensure she is sourcing authentic and pure ingredients. There is currently no regulation in the essential oils industry and many producers do not adhere to a high standard of practice resulting in poor quality oils. For more than 20 years Living Libations have nurtured personal relationships with artisan distillers and family farmers around the globe to secure authentic oils and extracts that are purely and fairly produced

Small-batch Vegan Skin Care

Meow Meow Tweet is a small-batch vegan skin care company based in Gardiner, New York. Their products carefully mix organic and thoughtfully sourced ingredients that benefit the body and treat the senses. Meow Meow Tweet is Leaping Bunny cruetly-free certified and has a strong focus on avoiding plastic and waste in their packaging.

Bamboo Toothbrushes

Founded in 2011, Brush With Bamboo are determined to solve the enormous amount of waste being caused by plastic toothbrushes. Bamboo is one of the most sustainable resources since it is the fastest growing plant on Earth and has minimal water and energy requirements. Headquartered in Los Angeles, Brush With Bamboo use wild-harvested Giant Moso Bamboo in China which is not a food or habitat for Pandas (they eat 42 species of bamboo but this is not one of them). It is certified organic by CERES and is naturally processed without chemicals. Brush With Bamboo’s team in China ensures worker safety, cleanliness, and good working conditions are adhered to. The bristles are made in Germany and with it’s certification as a Green America Business, Brush With Bamboo have been verified to meet high standards for their social and environmental impacts.

Toxin Free Sanitary Products

Natra Care owner Susie founded the company in 1989 after learning of the dangerous toxins present in period products. Natra Care created the world’s first organic cotton tampon and have continued to be an important innovator in the industry. Maintaining a conscious outlook in everything they do, they continue to achieve the highest possible ratings from the Ethical Company Organisation and are certified non-toxic by Made Safe. They are certified by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and have obtained an International Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) which assesses the carbon footprint of a product. Their products are Vegan Approved by the Vegetarian Society and have attained the Nordic Swan Ecolabel.

Organic Household Products

Founded in 1948 by third-generation master soap maker Emanuel Bronner, Dr Bronner’s has been a trusted family owned business business for years. It continues to be at the forefront of new development in organic household products, sustainable packaging through post-consumer recycling, and Fair Trade practices. They are a certified B corporation and put community, environmental, and societal issues before profit.

Alternative Homeware

Cheeks Ahoy provides alternatives to disposable household products. They present a beautiful range of reusable textiles with each item lovingly sewn in Peterborough, Ontario.

Bamboo Toothbrushes

Founded in 2011, Brush With Bamboo are determined to solve the enormous amount of waste being caused by plastic toothbrushes. Bamboo is one of the most sustainable resources since it is the fastest growing plant on Earth and has minimal water and energy requirements. Headquartered in Los Angeles, Brush With Bamboo use wild-harvested Giant Moso Bamboo in China which is not a food or habitat for Pandas (they eat 42 species of bamboo but this isnot one of them). It is certified organic by CERES and is naturally processed without chemicals. Brush With Bamboo’s team in China ensures worker safety, cleanliness, and good working conditions are adhered to. The bristles are made in Germany and with it’s certification as a Green America Business, Brush With Bamboo have been verified to meet high standards for their social and environmental impacts.

Candles and Skincare

Woodlot was founded in Vancouver in 2014. From candles to skincare, they pride themselves on using ethically-sourced natural ingredients. Their petal to potion process ensures purity is maintained throughout all of their products.

Alternative Homeware

Bambu began in 2003 with the goal of providing alternatives to plastic household products. They produce non-toxic products made from natural materials. The bamboo used in their kitchenware is certified USDA Organic. They're organic status is maintained through annual audits conducted by LETIS. They are a certified B Corporation and a member of 1% For The Planet. Founders Rachel and Jeff ensure that Bambu maintains a considerate and transparent approach in all their operations.

Non-toxic Goods

BunchaFarmers is a collective of Ontarian farmers and artisans determined to remove toxins from our everyday life. They make quality natural products and are committed to maintaining that high quality at a fair price.

Food Safe Steel

Onyx believes everyone should be able to buy safe and environmentally responsible products without breaking the bank. They have created a line of safe and durable food storage options from high quality stainless steel. Onyx is based in Vancouver while their products are responsibly produced in Korea.

Organic Bags

The Market Bags is based in Kelowna, British Columbia, where all of their bags are sewn. In an effort to support small suppliers in developing countries, they source their organic cotton from an ethically run family business in India. The Market Bags donates 1% of all bag sales to Mamas For Mamas' Sustainable Nourishment Program providing families access to nutrient-rich fresh food.

Organic Food Wraps

Earthology is a small business based in Ontario. They believe in the importance of organic materials and employ ethical business practices in their production of non-toxic food wraps.

Non toxic textiles

La petite Leonne provides non-toxic and durable textile options for the home. Their pieces are hand-dyed with non-toxic plant dyes and sewn by local seamstresses in Montréal, where all of their products are made. The dyes are created from dried flowers and plant extracts with no chemicals or plastics used in the process.

Alternatives to plastic

EcoCoconut is a British company that creates alternatives to plastic household products. They use sustainably grown coconut fibre to create a range of durable and functional items for the home.