Just A Cup Coffee

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Direct trade, shade grown, specialty grade, freshly roasted Arabica coffee produced by sustainable agriculture with community involvement. Just A Cup Coffee is a volunteer, not-for-profit organization that works directly with farmers and donates all profits to food and education initiatives for children in Nicaragua. At the 2016 Toronto Garlic Festival, Just a cup will be serving Garlic Butter Tarts alongside their delicious Nicaraguan blend.


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Acadian Shamrock Farm, Desboro Ontario
Alix Davis is designing a garlic-themed, functional ceramic object to be sold on Sunday, September 18th.
ALIXCERAMICS
Beaver River Organic's handmade, food-grade cutting boards are perfect for chopping Ontario garlic on.
Beaver River Organics
Moose River Chamois Co., a specialty vendor at the festival, sells innovative Garlic Graters.
Garlic Grater by Moose River Chamois
Garlic King
Garlic Pantry uses Ontario garlic varieties to make everything from smoked garlic bulbs, to jellies, pestos, and spreads.
Garlic Pantry
Harvey's Honeys brings local honey to the Toronto Garlic Festival to educate visitors on the importance of bees.
Harvey's Honeys
Kricklewood Farm's all natural, non-GMO Cold Pressed Ontario Sunflower Oil is available at the 2016 festival.
Kricklewood Farm
Laura Slack, chocolate artist extraordinaire, draws on culinary and aesthetic expertise to craft handmade truffles like the famous Lestat Black Chocolate Skull Truffle for the Toronto Garlic Festival.
Laura Slack Chocolate Artist
Pyramid Farm & Ferments uses seasonal ingredients like Ontario garlic to produce sauerkrauts, kimchis, and kombuchas.
Pyramid Farm & Ferments
Sarafino, a small company and specialty vendor at the 2016 Toronto Garlic Festival, produces organic EVOO.
Sarafino
Waxing Lyrical Beeswax Candles - Brampton, Ontario