A Local B Corp Holiday Gift Guide
This holiday season shop for your friends and family from local B Corps based in Canada. In this gift guide, you’ll find a mix of food and beverages, household items, books, and more. Not only does this list highlight some wonderful B Corps, we’ve also indicated which are small businesses, Black-owned, AAPI-owned, Indigenous-owned, and women-owned. Feel good about choosing them for the loved ones on your gift list.
African Bronze Honey Company | Canada
Women-Owned, Small Business
Price: $44 CAD
African Bronze creates wild, certified organic forest honey using regenerative practices that help protect vast forest areas from deforestation, helping to fight climate change. African Bronze honey has twice the antioxidants of other honeys and is packaged in repurposable glass jars to help reduce waste. The gift box offers two wild honey forest flavors. Pick from Miombo Blossom Honey, Honeydew Forest Honey, Julbernardia Blossom Honey, Cacao and Honey, Hot Honey, and Cinnamon Honey.
Animal Experience International | Canada
Women-Owned, Small Business, LGBTQIA-Owned
Price: $1,989 CAD
As part of this small 2024 expedition, volunteer travelers will work alongside local vets, biologists, and nurses at the Wildlife Rescue Centre in Guatemala. The center admits over 500 animals representing more than 40 species annually. Volunteers will help monkeys, toucans, and anteaters get back to the wild by taking part in animal feeding, cleaning, and enrichment activities. Animal Experience International seeks to help animals around the world by matching clients with animal-related volunteer opportunities at sanctuaries, hospitals, and research projects.
Equator Coffee Roasters | Canada
Women-Owned, Small Business
Price: $18-$19 CAD
Equator Coffee was founded in 1998 by Craig and Amber Hall with the goal of making a difference globally and locally. The name Equator was chosen for a reason: to “equate” the benefit of drinking coffee not just for the consumer but for all the people along the way. Equator’s fair trade and organic-certified coffee is ethically sourced. Equator also donates 10 cents per pound of coffee to charity, and has donated more than $200,000 toward projects to improve coffee communities.
Fairware | Canada
Small Business, Women-Owned, LGBTQIA-Owned
Price: $133 CAD
Fairware makes your gifting experience easy with its pre-built holiday kit that helps take the work out of eco-conscious gifting. Featuring sustainable products from Miir and Milk Bar, the kit can be custom-branded with your company’s assets. Deliver a memorable holiday experience to your team with B Corp gifts that can be used throughout the year.
GOODEE Inc. | Canada
Small Business, Black-Owned, LGBTQIA-Owned
Make a positive and lasting impact with purposeful corporate gift ideas from Goodee. From clients to teams and business partners, a thoughtful gift can nurture connections with people you work with every day. Goodee’s values revolve around responsible production, community, transparency, and sustainability. The B Corp’s corporate gifting team can help select options for occasions or recipients.
Kula Foods | Canada
Small Business, Black-Owned, Women-Owned
Price: $26.99 CAD
These three sauces made with plant-based ingredients and no added sugar provide a treat for the tastebuds. From sweet and smoky red pepper to fiery Scotch Bonnet to the extreme heat of Pili Pili, each flavor will add zip to meals. With its Afro-Vegan products inspired by Kenyan recipes, Kula Foods helps customers create nourishing, flavorful meals that are good for them and the Earth.
QE Home | Canada
Price: From $129.99 CAD
QE Home’s mission is to offer bedding products that promote quality sleep and enhance overall well-being. The bamboo cotton sheets are crafted through a process that involves heating sustainably cultivated bamboo to high temperatures to create a smooth, durable fabric with antibacterial, antifungal, and temperature-regulating properties. Designed for durability and comfort, the natural fiber sheets are complemented by QE Home’s recycling program, supported by SuperCircle, to encourage responsible disposal at the end of their lifecycle.
Satya Organics | United States
Small Business, Women-Owned, Indigenous-Owned
Price: $29 CAD
This non-stinging, fragrance-free formula comes in a refillable stick that reduces waste. Created to soothe eczema, the stick is made from USDA certified organic ingredients. Satya Organics aims to reduce its impact with recyclable, compostable, or refillable packaging. As a carbon- and plastic-neutral company, Satya Organics donates proceeds from sales to the Plastic Bank’s efforts that help combat ocean plastic and poverty.
SucSeed Social Enterprises Inc. | Canada
Women-Owned, Indigenous-Owned, Small Business
Price: $14.99 CAD
SucSeed’s goal is to tackle food insecurity by helping people grow fresh produce at home, in the classroom, and in the community. The Sustainable Superheroes: How Every Kid Can Change the World book allows children to learn about sustainability and the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Each book contains an action list of sustainable activities to help inspire children to become a sustainable superhero.
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