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LOVIN' THE LOCAL: A Showcase Of Locally Curated Products

author: Stephanie Campbell

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We’re Lovin’ the Local: A showcase of locally made and locally inspired products that reflect the heart and soul of entrepreneurs rooted in Watershed Country

 

 

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SANS KITCHEN
Passionate about healthy food that is big on flavour and gentle to our planet.
sanskitchen.ca

 

 

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HALDIMAND VINTAGE
Local and lovely and making your furniture beautiful again.
Instagram: @haldimand_vintage

 

 

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DOORYARD MAKES
A farmer’s wife with a stash of fabric and an endless supply of beautiful designs.
Instagram: @dooryardmakes

 

 

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EMILY ROSE APIARIES
Healthy, happy bees helping to supply pure, unpasteurized honey to the region.
emilyroseapiaries.com

 

 

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THE SOCIAL POPS
Creative cake pops and gourmet lollipops that are just as pretty as they are delicious.
Instagram: @thesocialpops

 

 

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MILLEFLEURS
A family-run organic lavender and honeybee farm celebrating our natural environment.
millefleurs.ca

 

First Words

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