Eat fermented every day.

Raw and naturally-fermented goods artfully crafted in ­​St. Jacobs, Ontario.

Naturally preserved

Fermentation is an ancient preservation process that creates live, natural probiotic bacteria. 

Simple and local ingredients

Working with farmers in Southwestern Ontario, we use local, in-season produce and ingredients you can pronounce.

Part of a healthy, everyday diet

Eating fermented food is known to improve gut health and boost the immune system.  

Current products

Where to find us

Ambrosia Corner Bakery

324 Frederick St, Kitchener

Block Three Brewing

1430-2 King St N, St. Jacobs

Charles Quality Meats

401 Weber St N, Waterloo

EcoCafe St. Jacobs

1441 King St N, St. Jacobs

Forequarter Butcher Shop

217 Louisa St. Kitchener, ON

Graffiti Market

137 Glasgow St., Kitchener

Kitchener Market

Saturdays from 7am - 2pm

Millbank Cheese & Butter

6974 Church St, Millbank

The Village Biergarten

1381 King St N, St. Jacobs

Zero Waste Bulk

110B King St S, Waterloo

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Fermentation in the news

Food Trends: What’s Hot (and Not) in 2019

Berkeley Wellness · University of California.

What’s trending in the world of food and nutrition? Every year for the past seven years, Pollock Communications and Today’s Dietitian have asked hundreds of registered dietitian nutritionists (RDNs) for their predictions. 

*SPOILER ALERT, fermented foods is NUMBER ONE!

Fermented food trend on the rise in restaurants and research.

Talia Ricci · CBC News · 

Experts say there are health benefits to consuming the bacteria in fermented products

'Sauerkraut is even better': Researcher wants fermented foods added to food guide

Jason Vermes · CBC News · 

Get ready to enjoy your daily recommended intake of sauerkraut. The four main food groups are well-known: meat, vegetables, dairy and grains.

But Gregor Reid, a researcher at Western University, wants Health Canada to add a fifth category to the country's Food Guide when it's updated: fermented foods.