PINE is meant to not only be a hub for all-natural + sustainable living, but Canadian living.
We are so proud to partner with wonderful Canadian companies (and a couple exceptional American ones) that are passionate about creating a greener future!
Here's a look at some of our friends from coast to coast:
TRU EARTH - Brad
"My one big wish is that every person tries to make one small change. One of our core values speaks to how small hinges can swing big doors and if we all just make one change in our world; it will make a huge difference."
FIELD KIT - Jemma
"When I'm creating a Field Kit scent, I'm most inspired by memories, experiences, and the feeling of nostalgia [...] I feel the most proud of Field Kit when people tell me that a scent transports them. It means so much to hear that someone is not only enjoying the cosiness that a candle can bring, but is also experiencing something on a deeper level."
ROUTINE - Neige + Pippa
"All Routine ingredients are as clean as it gets. If we wouldn't put it on our kids, you won't find it in routine!"
PRAIRIE BLISS BOTANICALS - Tara
"I spent many years and long nights in my kitchen crafting and researching organic and remedy based ingredients for different skin types [...] There is nothing I love more, than to be working in the laboratory listening to music, dancing like no one is watching, diffusing essential oils and creating fresh products for customers and retailers."
CK SOAK BATH CO - Candace
"I started making soap as a result of getting eczema in my early twenties. I tried every medicated cream the doctor prescribed and couldn't find anything that soothed the pain or helped my dry skin condition. I started doing some research and discovered some natural alternatives. Ba-da-bing-ba-da-boom hours of youtube university later and I was formulating soap bar recipes in mom and dad's kitchen."
LOVEFRESH - Stacey
"I absolutely love the idea that you need to walk the walk and not just talk about being kind to our earth. I mainly eat a plant based diet, I drive an electric car, I re-use over recycle with both my home and my business. Refills are definitely part of my life."
ONEKA - Philippe + Stacey
"It is almost more a feeling of gratitude than pride as we have been so blessed with so many amazing people supporting our journey and helped us materialize a vision of a different way of doing business for which we don’t have a road map and that reveals itself as we go"
KRAYWOODS - Rachad + Rayhan
"With consumers becoming more conscious about the reality of the fast fashion industry and it’s significantly negative impact on the environment and workers in fashion factories around the world, eco-friendly and ethical business are taking over and rightfully so [...] Eco-friendly businesses ARE the future."
Not yet!... if you know a sustainable company from Newfoundland (or are one), we'd love to hear from you!
WILDWOOD CREEK CANDLES - Sean + Tamara
"Our love for wild spaces brought us to a little century farm in rural Nova Scotia nestled between the mountains of the Annapolis Valley and the ocean breeze of the world's highest tides [...] Using organic and regenerative farming methods, we grow, hand harvest and distill our farm grown botanicals and combine them with ethically wildcrafted and sustainably sourced ingredients to create all-natural and sustainable products that help you connect with nature."
NEWFOUNDLAND SALT COMPANY - Peter + Robin
“I wanted the name to be simple and direct. I make salt. It’s from Newfoundland."
Here's a look at a couple of our American friends:
NO TOX LIFE - Sandee + Callie
"I see zero waste becoming normal, and more emphasis on local production and using local resources and waste products to make new goods [...] We have created a real alternative to wasteful plastic bottles of dish soap, using biodegradable and earth-friendly ingredients."
ZEFIRO - Carley
"It’s not about being perfect. Nobody is. It’s about being conscious that our actions matter. What we buy matters. What we waste matters. What we send to the landfill matters. What ends up in our oceans and ends up in our fish, matters. Every small step we take, makes a difference."