For those who are familiar with the Salt Spring Coffee story, it comes as no surprise that organic farming is part of our company's roots and everyday culture. Our co-founders Mickey McLeod and Robbyn Scott started out as organic farmers with their own market garden on Salt Spring Island, and as part of our 1% For the Planet membership, we partner with a range of non-profit organizations whose mandate is to revolutionize our food system. One such organization is Young Agrarians.
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BC Buy Local Week (December 1 - 7) is an annual celebration of local businesses, reminding us about the wonderful products, food & drink and services to support this holiday season. We are spoiled in BC with excellent, locally made products, locally grown food and locally owned companies.
Quality has always been a cornerstone of Salt Spring Coffee’s values as a artisan roaster of organic coffee. The process started with our founders who in the 1980s grew a large organic garden on Salt Spring Island, and sold their fresh, high-quality produce at the local market. When they began roasting coffee in the 1990s, their taste for the best beans and their values as farmers meant introducing the first […]
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