These are our Very Important Frequently Asked Questions (VIFAQs). If your question is here and answered, great! If not, contact us and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
All of our products are gluten-free. You can eat all of them! Hurrah!
We do not use soy in any of our products. It is an allergen. We’ve got your back.
Honestly, it is really tricky to make a quality consistent product that tastes good without one or both of them, and to keep it affordable for you.
We use butter in many of our products. Butter and greek yogurt are the only dairy products we use.
We use local eggs in many of our products. It is hard to be soy free and egg free as most egg replacers have soy in them. We do have a few vegan products and are constantly working on new additions.
Yes, indeedy! All of our ingredients are produced in facilities or by producers that DO NOT handle peanuts.
We do use almonds in facility for our granola. The almonds come directly from an almond grower and are exclusively packaged at the almond farm to ensure they are peanut-free. Proceed as you see fit.
We do not use corn flour as it is an allergen.
Pumpkin Muffin, Supernova Muffin, Orange Cranberry Muffin, Granola, Focaccia Rounds, Best Ever Hamburger Bun!, Gingersnaps, Holy Cow! Cake, Lemon Cake, Dairy-Free Pumpkin Pie. We also have a Dairy-Free Package.
Gingersnaps and Granola
Not all of them, but we try our best to source organic ingredients (like our flours!) as much as possible.
Yes. No funny business around here.
We use millet, brown rice, sorghum, tapioca starch, potato starch, white rice flour, arrowroot flour, potato flour, and flax flours.
We use ethically sourced organic cane sugar. Sadly, we can’t grow cane sugar in Nova Scotia (yet). We also use local organic maple syrup, organic agave nectar, organic brown rice syrup and organic blackstrap molasses too.
The Schoolhouse is a production facility. You may purchase our products to have delivered directly to your door in a rather fantastic box or shop directly from one of our many retailers in NS and NB. Click here to see the list.
Every Saturday we attend the Seaport Market in Halifax from 7am-3pm. Every Friday we attend the VG Farmers Market at the VG Hospital in Halifax from 9am-1pm.Every Thursday (in the summer months) we attend the Lunenburg Farmers Market in Lunenburg from 8am-12pm.
We do not use any additive chemicals to maintain freshness. Most products have a refrigerated shelf life of 5-7 days in an air tight container. Granola will hold for 2 months in an air-tight container.
Yes! All of our products maintain their freshness and integrity when frozen for you to enjoy anytime!
We only create custom cakes by pre-order for pick-up at our three farmers locations or pick up directly from the Schoolhouse in Martins Point. Custom cake orders require three days notice.
Send you Farmer's Market pre-order to email@example.com.
We sure do! We ship them across Canada. Click here to find out more information about our shipping services. Orders are due every Monday by noon. The orders are made on Tuesday night and delivered by Wednesday (in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick). Orders are delivered by Thursday for the rest of Canada.
Yes. Check out our online store to meet your gluten-free baking needs!
We are offering delivery within Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) for a $10.00 flat rate. You can pick up your order at our Bayers Road Shopping Centre Access Point (7071 Bayers Rd, Halifax, NS) for a $5.00 flat rate. You can pick up your order for at the Schoolhouse Access Point (7014 Hwy # 3, Martins Pt, NS) for $3.00 flat rate. We are using MBW courier for Nova Scotia (outside of HRM) and New Brunswick. Estimated cost is $20.00 (*some rural areas will have additional charges). We are using UPS for the rest of Canada. Estimated cost range is $20-30.00 depending on address and size package. Click here to find out more information about our shipping services.
No. But, you can gift a box of love in our gifting section on this website. There are a ton of options for you to buy for your loved ones. We will even curate it for you! Click here.