Our Flavor Friends & Sustainability

Here are some of the wonderful people we source our flavors from - as you can see we really focus on quality Maine ingredients -- because Maine tastes amazing! Check back often for new friends, we make them all the time.

The Apple Farm - Apples (Fairfield)

Bigelow Brewing- Beer (Skowhegan)

Eggemoggin Salt Works - Sea Salt (Little Deer Island)

Herbal Revolution Maine - Herbal Extracts (Lincolnville)

Maine Craft Distilling - Spirits (Portland)

Micucci's - Chocolate, Vanilla (Portland)

Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village - Rose Water (New Gloucester)

Selah Tea Cafe - Teas (Waterville)

Smiling Hill Farm - Dairy (Westbrook)

Strawberry Hills Farms - Maple Syrup (Skowhegan)

Swan's Honey - Honey (Albion)

Tree Spirits - Winers and Spirits (Oakland)

 

Sustainable Chocolate
We are often asked if our chocolate is sourced from sustainable cacao farming operations and are happy to report that yes, our chocolate does come from sustainable sources. As we all have different definitions of 'sustainable' we suggest you read up on their operations should you have concerns or questions.

Callebaut Chocolate is one of our two chocolate suppliers and has quite a deal about its sustainable chocolate operations on its website. Should you have specific questions about their operations, they would be happy to answer any questions!

Valrhona Chocolate is our other chocolate supplier and also offers a great deal of information about its membership with the sustainability-focused Cacao Forest project, and how it works alongside producers, companies, researchers, consumers and NGOs to reinvent the way cocoa is grown.