We support the producers next door.
People can drive by the field their groceries are growing in on the way to the store.
We’re proud to supply products right from our communities.
Get to know
the producers behind local.
Neale's Sweet n' Nice
Neale's Sweet N' Nice history starts back in Southern Trinidad with Charles Alfred Neale. After discovering his talent for making ice cream, he created a top-secret recipe featuring locally grown exotic fruits that became well known in the community. In 2013, Charles' daughter and grandchildren brought back his recipe but with 100% Canadian Dairy to create unique Caribbean flavours for households all over the country.
- 100% Canadian Dairy Ice Cream in:
- Coconut Mango
- Pineapple Coconut
- Guava & Passionfruit
- Rum & Raisin
- Banana Chocolate
Andrew McBarnett &
Meet Anthony Green,
& Hana James
Greenhouse Juice Co.
Founders Anthony, Emma & Hana launched Greenhouse Juice Co. after they struggled to find organic, cold-pressed juices like they had when travelling abroad. That is when they decided to make their own right here in Toronto.
It began in 2014, from a small house and kitchen that became a mini-factory almost overnight - selling out daily. Within five years, they opened 10 shops, a state-of-the-art plant and expanded their product list beyond juice. The team’s mission is to make sustainable nutrition accessible by increasing its distribution across all of Canada.
- Cold-Pressed Juice
- Plant Milk
Great Lakes Greenhouses
The family behind Great Lakes Greenhouses has been proudly growing cucumbers in Leamington since 1983!
To this day, they remain family owned and operated, but now their farm has grown to an amazing 118 acres.
- Mini Cucumbers
- Mini Eggplant
- English Cucumbers
Meet Rory Dyck!
Fenwick Berry Farms
The Klyn-Hesselink family of Fenwick Berry Farms has been growing berries in the Niagara region for 20 years.
Using a combination of techniques, they are able to not only provide high quality berries but extend their harvest season.
Kai Wiens Family Farm
Back in 1967, Johannes Wien began peach farming in Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Today, Johannes is joined by his son Kai and grandson Dylan to bring their fresh, sweet and juicy peaches from mid-July through to September.
The Wiens family also ensure their fruit is as fresh as can be by harvesting and sorting the fruit by hand.
Wagler Maple Products
For the Wagler family, Maple Syrup has been a part of their lives for over four generations.
The art of making maple syrup has been passed down by David and Rosanna to his children and grandchildren.
They make a variety of products including their very own maple candy and maple BBQ sauce.
- Maple Syrup
Specializing in honey and beeswax products from Canadian bees – The Dutchman’s Gold Team truly believes that if you take care of the bees, they’ll take care of you.
They continue to be a family run business since 1981. Growing both their business and family with their five children and some long-standing employees.
- Honey Products