Disclaimer: I was given the mentioned product for review purposes. All thoughts and opinions on this blog are my own.
Many people ask me how I find out about new and exciting businesses, products, and services –especially homegrown, local Manitoulin businesses. The funny thing is most of my discoveries are made either on Twitter or Instagram. Through engagement, I get to know interesting folks.
When The Good Stuff Box contacted me, I was keen to check out the subscription box because A) the concept comes from someone on Manitoulin Island (and you all know how I love to support all things related to this little island I love so much), and B) the concept of this subscription box intrigued me.
The Good Stuff Box
Good Stuff is committed to Canadian consumers who want to make the world a better place, and believe their purchases can contribute to this wish. Each and every product included in a Good Stuff box is created by innovative companies working in Canada, and is specially designed to do good in the world, giving back to the global community. All participating companies have a charity partner and/or a cause-focused mission, and are working hard to have a positive impact on major social or environmental concerns.
Good Stuff exists to provide customers with a premium subscription service that they can feel proud to be a part of. Customers can feel good knowing that the brands behind the socially- and environmentally-conscious lifestyle products they are receiving are working hard to do good and create a positive impact.
-from their website.
Good Stuff Box Review
Upon opening the box, we discovered carefully curated items from tea, to sea salt, to a beautiful scarf made from a retired sari.
Let’s take a look at the items selected for this Good Stuff Box:
TURMERIC TEAS – Winter warming organic ginger tea with turmeric root. This tea is a tea with benefits since in every cup of their signature blends is loaded with the benefits of turmeric. Not only that, but when you buy one, you feed one. Every purchase of a Turmeric Teas product helps feed people living with food insecurity. To read more about their Buy One, Feed One program, visit the site here.
VANCOUVER ISLAND SALT CO. – Orange & Lime Sea Salt. I was really excited about this because I saw that this is a Canadian company and a Canadian product. After visiting their website, I also learned that they are Canada’s first sea salt harvestry.
SCHMEAR – Also from Vancouver is SCHMEARnaturals 100% food-based skincare.
NAGI – Lemon Goji Berry Coconut. The bars are made in Canada. I have friends and family who will be happy to discover these energy bars because they are vegan, as well as gluten, soy, and dairy-free. I have a few friends who have Celiac and quite a few who are vegan, and gluten, soy and dairy-free.
DIDI BAHINI – Sister Scarf. The vibrant scarf (in my favourite colour – turquoise!) is made from a retired sari. The retired saris were worn by our sisters in the Himalayas. Didi Bahini is committed to creating connections between small business groups in Nepal and the international community. All their products are sustainably created and their artisans are paid fairly for their work.
If you like what you see inside The Good Stuff Box, you can subscribe for their annual or seasonal subscription boxes.
For Life on Manitoulin readers, I’ve got coupon codes for you!
Use 10goodstuff to get 10% off anything on the Didi Bahini site.
Use GOODSTUFF30 to get 30% off dried fruit on the Level Ground site. Valid between March 1 – April 30, 2019.