Products we love


We only endorse products that we genuinely use and that fit within our philosophy. These are some of the key issues we look for…

 
 
  • Organic
  • Whole foods (minimally processed)
  • Minimal use of natural sweeteners
  • Nutrient density
  • Sustainably grown
  • Observes fair trade standards
 
 

Full disclosure: In some cases, we do receive a small affiliate commission on any purchases made with these online stores, for people we refer.

But in all cases, we refer because we love the product and think you will too.



– Jen & Hannah

 

The Source Bulk Foods

At The Source Bulk Foods you can browse over 400 bulk whole foods including; nuts, seeds, grains, herbs, spices, cereals, flour, rice, paleo products, superfoods, honey, oils, confectionary, yummy snacks, cleaning products, personal care products and so much more!

You are welcome to buy as little or as much as you like from their great selection of organic, conventional, gluten free and paleo products.

The simple, clean and modern store layout is truly an exciting, fun and interactive way to shop. If you are looking for a welcoming smile, quality food, great prices and some good old-fashioned customer service then go straight to The Source!


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Luk Beautifood

Luk’s foundation is built on harnessing the beauty of food.

They believe that nourishing your whole body with healthy food is central to cultivating your natural beauty; what you put on your body should be as nutritious and safe as what you eat.

Food contains active nutrients like antioxidants, vitamins and anti-inflammatories that are essential for our skin, body and mind to operate at optimum levels.

So, they take this knowledge and apply their expertise in food + nutrition to create simple, beautiful, multipurpose beauty products from active foods without using synthetic or toxic ingredients to nourish your skin from the outside in.


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Elemental Wizdom

Elemental Wizdom formulates wellness products with only the purest bioavailable ingredients in order to deliver nature’s essentials with zero preservatives, artificial colors, flavors, sugars, gluten, yeast, soy, dairy or casein.

They are exactly what the label says; nothing more, nothing less. Their overhead is intentionally low so that they can allocate capital to the acquisition of the purest ingredients and only the best formulations.


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Sprout Market

Never pay full price for groceries again!

Sprout Market is a membership community that uses the power of direct buying to deliver the world’s best healthy food and natural products to our members at wholesale prices.

Sprout Market promises only the highest quality healthy and natural products, with prices always at 25 to 50% off retail; with a commitment to sustainability and social justice.


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Coyo

COYO coconut yoghurt and ice-cream are delicious everyday alternatives to dairy. Free from dairy and gluten, Allergen free, vegan and handcrafted in small batches of pure pleasure.

COYO tastes so good, you’ll barely believe its ingredients are not in the slightest bit naughty. They’re foodies from way back, so they get that flavour has to come first — and that goes for health food products too.

Coyo’s divine dairy free coconut yoghurt alternatives, dairy free vegan ice creams and savoury coconut mezze dips have a melt-in-the-mouth creaminess unlike anything else.


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Coconut Bowls

Coconut Bowls recycle coconut shells that have been discarded as waste, give them a little love and turn them into beautiful eco friendly bowls that you can eat from.

They’re handcrafted, 100% natural and made entirely from organic coconuts.

Coconut Bowls not only make your food look and taste delicious – they’re also FDA approved food safe, reusable and can last you a lifetime.


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Power Superfoods

Power Superfoods specialise in organic, vegan, raw, Low GI, fairly traded, gluten and dairy free functional foods such as Cacao, Maca, Coconut and Goji Berries.

They source premium products through partnerships with farming communities around the world and pay a fair price. In doing so, they create economic opportunities among indigenous people in developing countries, support native agricultural traditions and help to expand the development of good organic farming practices globally.


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