| Aisha Yang
In honor of Canada Day, we're sharing some of our favourite Canadian brands! These Canadian companies are not just Canadian - they share our commitment to healthy communities & a healthy planet.
Encircled | website
We love Encircled's ethos and their keen sense of fashion. Their clothing is made in Canada, with sustainable materials. They also combat fast-fashion by creating versatile multi-wear pieces.
Encircled shows that when it comes to women's fashion, less can really be more.
The Future is Bamboo | website
Biodegradable bamboo products to help us ditch plastic? Yes, please! The Future is Bamboo is a family-owned Canadian company that designs household staples like straws, toothbrushes, and cotton swabs that are eco-friendly, functional and stylish.
BKIND | website
It can be tricky to find beauty products that deliver amazing results and are cruelty-free. You can truly relax and indulge because BKIND's beauty products are natural and 100% vegan. Our team raves about their signature nail polishes and their bath salts.
Fatso | website
High-performance peanut butter? Our interest was certainly piqued! Fatso's claims to fame include good fats, high fiber content, and an insanely delicious flavor. It was designed with high-performance athletes in mind (or just high-performance snackers). Try their classic, salted caramel, or cocoa flavors.
HippieSnacks | website
If you like healthy, delicious vegan snacks, then you will love Hippie Snacks. They are committed to making minimally processed, nutrient-dense vegan snacks from sustainably sourced ingredients. What more could you want?
Our team has been munching on their cauliflower crisps non-stop!
Public Myth | website
Yoga apparel that does more than help you move - Public Myth clothing is made with eco-friendly materials. Their leggings not only look amazing - they are made with BPA-free recycled water bottles!
Bonus: Herbaland | shop Canada Day deals
Okay, okay. We couldn't resist - we had to include ourselves! We are so proud to make all of our gummies in Canada; to be part of a national community that celebrates diversity, quality of life, health and sustainability.