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Ever wish you could get a taste of Northern Ontario delivered, monthly, right to your door? Those favorite tastes of the cottage/cabin/camping trip you look forward to all year?

Good news food lovers! Thanks to our #FeastOn friends at Radical Gardens in Timmins, now you can! The Northern Supply Box is a monthly CSA-type delivery service that contains a SURPRISE mix of breads, desserts, coffee, grains, cured meats, syrups, cheeses, jams, spices, herbs and more every month. It offers up an ever-changing selection of Northern Ontario goods that are sophisticated-ly savage and deliciously intriguing!

Brianna Humphrey, owner of Radical Gardens, says that “from the beginning we�ve always wanted to showcase local Northern Ontario produced food. We spend a great deal of our time eating, finding, producing, and collecting beautiful Northern Ontario deliciousness, we figured it was time to share it with the rest of the province. We curate each box with flavor and profile in mind, to make sure that you can get the best that we have to offer in an exciting manner.”

We got a peak into next months box and couldn’t be more excited! There’s a little bit of everything. This subscription is the perfect gift for all the wild food lovers in your life.

Box #1

Blueberry Strawberry Butter from Algoma Highlands in Wawa

This Wild Blueberry Farm and Winery is a really special place. Being located on the old sandy shores of Lake Superior (the shore has since shifted) makes the farm soil perfect for blueberries. It’s why the Laing family grows their low bush blueberries and strawberries there every summer.

Opasatika Cheese from Kapuskosie Cheese in Kapuskasing

Inspired by the French Tomme, the Opasatika is named after the charming municipality and the river West of Kapuskasing. Unlike traditional Tomme, the Opasatika has a washed rind as well as a drier texture. Its flavour is particularly unique, ranging from nuttier, to more of a mushroom taste.

Scratch-made Pumpernickel Bread from Radical Gardens in Timmins.

The team at Radical Gardens bake everything from scratch. They’re an eclectic bunch and their breads are equally intriguing. The Pumpernickle is nutty, slightly spicy and truely unique.

And that’s just the start! We want to keep some of the unique, Northern treats a surprise after all.

Get your Northern Supply Box here!