frequently asked questions
Of course we are! Moreover, the founder Daniel Picard is part of the Wendat family from the Huron community of Wendake and his adoptive mother, an Innu woman from Pessamit on the North Shore, quickly immersed him in the Aboriginal culture, hence his great passion for the First Nations. We have also recently We have recently opened a factory in the Innu community of Mashteuiatsh in Lac-Saint-Jean and we obviously prioritize the hiring of Aboriginal workers.
All our kraft paper formats are recyclable. We also offer reusable glass jars to preserve our products. We always minimize the use of plastic to reduce our ecological footprint.
4.95 onlyfor the province of Quebec . 8.95$ for the rest of Canada
For the moment we only ship to Canada and the United States
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None of our products contain gluten, however, we cannot certify that any ingredient has been in contact with ingredients may have been in contact with other ingredients that may contain gluten.
Here is the list of our products that do NOT contain garlic
- Bacon Pepper
Only two of our signature spice mixes contain mustard; the Atikamekw and Wendat blends.
Although none of our other signature blends has it as an ingredient, it is impossible for us to certify that no ingredient came into contact with mustard.
Here is the list of our products that do NOT contain onions:
- Bacon pepper
Here is the list of our low carb products:
- Bacon Pepper
- Malecite blend
- Naskapi blend
- Chage Coffee
- Dune Pepper Coffee
None of our products contain nuts, however, we cannot certify that any ingredient has been in contact with other ingredients that may contain nuts.
Most of our products contain salt, such as our walnut wood smoked salt or sea salt, but it is not
However, it is not used in large quantities. You can see the nutritional value sheet for each of our products.
We recommend storing your spices in closed bags in a dark, dry place for up to one year for optimal freshness.
One year after opening.
Our coffee comes from a roaster in Abitibi, Quebec and the bagging is done at our warehouse near Wendake
Our herbs are hand-picked according to the seasons by our valiant warriors who come from
from different regions of Quebec. For example, the dune pepper reaches its peak after the first frosty periods on the ground.
Dune pepper was once used as an infusion by the First Nations to fight certain flu symptoms and we use it today in our recipes to add a little peppery and boreal touch. Its rich taste develops over the course of cooking and will add exquisite flavours to all your dishes.
The balsam myrtle was once used by the First Nations as an insect repellent and for many other medicinal purposes. In our blends, we use only the catkin for its lively, powerful and unique aromas.