Products are also available at the following locations:
- Cumberland Village Bakery – (bagged coffee, as well as by the cup)
- Gas ‘n Go – (bagged coffee and chocolate)
- Sunshine Organics – (bagged coffee, hot chocolate mix)
- Seeds Natural Food Market – (Olive Oil, Za’atar Spice)
- Healthy Way Natural Foods - 1121 Cedar St., Campbell River (bagged coffee)
- Heaven on Earth Natural Foods - 149 West Second Ave., Qualicum Beach (bagged coffee)
- Tomm’s Food Village - Bowser (bagged coffee and tea)
- Global Village - 204 - 6750 N Island Hwy, Nanaimo (bagged coffee and tea)
- The Green Store – 110-256 Wallace Street, Nanaimo (bagged coffee)
- Thrifty Foods - Nanaimo, Longwood, Campbell River, Duncan (bagged coffee)
- GIFTS - Global Initiatives Fair Trade Store, 5380 Trans Canada Hwy, Duncan (bagged coffee)
- Mitchell Brothers - 5687 Manson Ave, Powell River (bagged coffee)
- Ecossentials - 6812 Alberni St, Powell River (bulk coffee and tea)
We are particularly proud of our ongoing relationship with our coffee growers in Pancasan, near Matagalpa, Nicaragua. These producers get a guaranteed price above the world market price, freeing them from the risks of its fluctuations. Not only is this coffee superb, the gourmet Arabica beans are freshly roasted in small batches each week at Creekmore’s Coffee in Coombs, B.C. Because our coffee is certified organic, you know you are not getting any unwanted chemical residues with your morning cup! Finally, this coffee is shade grown, harvested under the jungle canopy. This protects biodiversity and especially important habitat for birds. Profits from World Community Fair Trade sales support important community development initiatives, especially the APS project in Nicaragua. By spending a few cents more for your cup of coffee (or for your tea or chocolate) you are helping to foster economic and social self sufficiency. To purchase, please contact our sales manager.
Olive Oil - Support the farmers of Palestine in the struggle for their livelihood and land. Farmers are paid fair trade prices. Also, one dollar of each bottle sold will go to help support Project Hope, an arts and education program for young people in Palestine. An additional amount goes to replant olive trees inside Palestine which have been destroyed by the occupation.
Za’atar Spice – Za’atar to Middle Eastern cooking is like what Essence is to Emeril. Za’atar is a spice blend that is so versatile! It can be used on meats, veggies, rice, and breads. And, yes, it has been known to make me yell “Bam!” every once in a while.
To purchase, please contact our sales manager.
Zatoun olive oil and za’atar dip: Cut Italian, French or pita bread into squares. Dip in oil and then in the za’atar. Or mix them together and dip!
Pita crisps: Brush pita with a paste made of equal amounts of olive oil and za’atar. Split pita into two rounds and brush oil mixture on insides of bread. Cut each round into 8. Bake, oiled sides up, at 350 until golden (about 8 minutes).
Veggie dip: Mix 1 cup yogurt, 1⁄4 cup za’atar. Serve with veggies or crackers. Experiment with adding sour cream, cottage cheese, etc.
Salad dressing (good on Greek-style salads): 1⁄2 cup olive oil, 1⁄4 cup balsamic vinegar,1 Tbsp. za’atar, 1 Tbsp. lemon juice, salt pepper. Marinade for meat or BBQ vegetables: Use the salad dressing recipe. Marinate 15-20 minutes.
Baked vegies: Coat vegetables with Zatoun olive, bake as needed. Sprinkle za’atar over about 10 minutes before removing from oven.
Za`atar eggs: Scramble eggs as desired. About 2 minutes before removing from heat, fold in za’atar. Za’atar garnish for hummus, dips, soups veggies. Delicious! Mashed potatoes with olive oil and za’atar. Use oil instead of butter. Sprinkle with za’atar.
Mediterranean pizza with olives, feta & za’atar: Brush olive oil on dough fi rst. Makes a lovely light pizza. Add other veggies as desired. Mediterranean pasta salad with olives, feta & za’atar: Use any shaped pasta, pour olive oil over, add olives, cubed feta and sprinkle with za’atar. Add other veggies as desired.
A Traditional Mediterranean Snack: Cut up wedges of watermelon, wedges of feta cheese. Serve with za’atar, pita and hot mint tea.
Interested in selling our products?
Non-profits who sell our Coffee as fundraisers:
- Comox Valley Land Trust
- Cumberland Community Forest Society
- Comox Valley Naturalists
- Unitarian and United Churches in Courtenay and Comox
- Powell River Outriggers Canoe Club
- North Island College Global Nursing Program ( in the cafeteria)
- Highland School Interact Club
- Vanier School Music Program ( Nov/ Dec only)
- Ecole Puntledge Parent Advisory Committee (seasonally)
- Huband School Parent Advisory Committee (seasonally)
* indicates bagged coffee
- Qualicum Beach – Heaven On Earth (*coffee)
- Bowser – Tomm’s Food Village (*coffee)
- Campbell River
- Healthway Vitamin Plus (*coffee)
- Thrifty Foods (*coffee)
- Thrifty Foods – Port Place and Longwood stores (*coffee)
- Green Store (chocolate bars, tea)
- Global Village (store is open in November/December)
- Powell River
- Sunshine Organics (*coffee)
- Mitchell Brothers (*coffee)
- Mount Caine Cafe (*coffee)
* indicates bagged coffee