These are some of my favorite food brands and products (and though it would be awesome, I’m not getting paid by anyone to endorse them).
Grass Fed/Pasture Raised Meats and Eggs:
U.S. Wellness Meats, my favorite online resource for meat (best overall quality, selection & prices).
el Sachichero, local Santa Cruz butcher with tons of pastured meats, poultry, sausages, tallow, and more.
Pacific Pastures, delicious 100% grass-fed meat from Northern California.
TX Bar Organics (local Northern California organic beef, grass fed AND finished…Eco friendly shipping).
EatWild.com (search your area for local suppliers).
Trader Joe’s wild red sockeye salmon
Bacon, Sausage & Deli Meats
US Wellness Meats
US Wellness Meats (Great jerky! Comes in regular, spicy and extra spicy. If I couldn’t travel with it, I don’t know what I’d do! Their Beef Snack Sticks are also yummy!!)
Claravale Farms, fabulous and local raw milk and cream in glass containers.
Organic Pastures, delicious raw milk, cream, butter and more.
Greenbank Farm, has awesome raw cheese.
Coconut Oil, Glass jar Tomato Products, Spices, etc.
Tropical Traditions, Great coconut oil! Also, if you look at the sidebar on the left and do some exploring you’ll find organic chocolate, coconut flakes, olives, tomato product , soy-free chickens and eggs, spices, lotions, soaps and much more! So nice that their tomato products as they all come in glass jars and I can avoid cans!!
Artisana, Local amazing coconut oil, coconut butter & walnut butter
Spectrum Organics, Good quality oils of all kinds
Native Forest (BPA-free cans)
Aroy-D (BPA-free carton)
Soy Sauce Replacement
Coconut Secret Coconut Aminos
Bragg Liquid Aminos (gluten free fermented soy)
Red Boat Fish Sauce (According to NomNom Paleo & Everyday Paleo, this stuff is the bomb! Great for adding some zip to your sautéed veggies, curries and stir frys.)
Kid’s Lunch Containers
Klean Kanteen Insulated Thermos
Community Shared Agriculture
Live Earth Farms (Join their CSA program for weekly yumminess)
Local Harvest (Where you can find a CSA near you and any farmer’s markets in your area!)
Santa Cruz Organic. Love the “lightly roasted” option and they come in glass jars.
Grind your own!
Bionaturae (Another one to add to the shopping cart thanks to Tropical Traditions)
Isern & Sons
Navitas Naturals OR Divine Organics raw chocolate powder~this is my staple for hot cocoa, chocolate whipped cream and homemade ice cream
Alter Eco, the Dark Blackout 85% is my fave!
Equal Exchange Chocolates, their 80% Panama Extra Dark is amazing! Plus they are organic and fairly traded. Bonus!
Divine, fair trade cocoa from Ghana, 85% dark is truly divine!
Endangered Species, Extreme Dark 88% deeelicious
Dolfin Belgian Chocolate, Chocolate Noir 88% smooth and dark
Green & Blacks, 85% dark
Lindt, because you can get it almost anywhere & they offer plenty of high cocoa content options…and it is super tasty
SweetLeaf drops~English Toffee flavor is amazing, but I also use Vanilla Crème in many recipes.