Free Workshop: My Sustainable Life

 

Our beautiful tote bags are made by HeyJute an innovative and environmentally conscious Canadian company. Jute is an all- natural plant fibre, similar to hemp or flax, like you’ve seen in burlap bags and ropes. It is inexpensive to produce and requires minimal processing, so that’s good for the environment too. So we are very excited to announce an in-store workshop with VJ Bala, owner of Hey Jute, as he shares green living tips and talks about easy ways to live more sustainably.

 

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Learn all about:

  • misconceptions about plastic pollution
  • examples of how and why we pollute
  • tips & tricks on living sustainably
  • how to avoid greenwashing
  • and much more

Saturday, November 16, 1- 2pm

Please rsvp to accounting@fiestafarms.ca or just drop in. We look forward to seeing you there!

 



The Biggest Little Farm: Toronto Screening

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Toronto’s own Open Roof Festival, an outdoor film fest (and not-for-profit), now in their 10th season, are showing the new documentary that everyone, including the New York Times, is talking about.  Continue »



In-Store Demos, March 16-17, 2019

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Saturday, March 16

2-7pm
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Sunday, March 17
11am-3pm


In-Store Demos: March 9-10, 2019

Free Swiss cheese sampling!

This Saturday and Sunday, March 9-10th.

11-3pm

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In-Store Demos, Feb.23-24, 2019

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Chef Wang Freshest Asian Bowls
The most unique freshly prepared, never frozen, instant meals on the market.
Saturday and Sunday
Feb. 23-24th
11am-3pm
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Eat Gud Fud Chickpea butter

 

All-natural CHICKPEA BUTTERS! These chickpea butters look and taste like nut butters, only there are no peanuts, no tree nuts and no soy! They are free of the top 8 allergens, vegan, NON-GMO and are made with simple, clean, functional ingredients. No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.

Saturday, Feb. 23
11am-2pm