Who’s Here at the Hub?

Here is a list of just some of the products produced and/or incubated at the Two Rivers Food Hub…

 Agape Gardens – makers of ARTiZEN Kombucha, a fermented tea tonic, available in 12 organic flavours! Choose between stubbies or large flip top bottles. Refillable at ARTiZEN on Tap stations in Ottawa, Carp (Carp Farmer’s Market), Almonte, Carleton Place, Perth and Kingston. Also available ARTiZEN nourishing Bone Broth and Kale Chips. ARTiZEN Shop opening spring 2017! For news see our web site www.agapegardens.ca, connect on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram).

Facebook link:  https://www.facebook.com/agapegardenscanada/

Instagram link: https://www.instagram.com/agapegardens/

Twitter link: https://twitter.com/AgapeGardensCan

All About the Soup – We are a family run business, the three of us: Andy, Charline and our son Jaden. We are a family who has always loved to cook, to try out new dishes, experimenting with locally sourced produced and exotic spices from the outer reach of our amazing planet.  Every soup in our All About The Soup Collection is a reflection of an underlying concept: a celebration of fresh vegetables, exotic spice combinations and an awakening of the senses. Our mission is to be the most sought after local source of superior quality frozen vegetarian soups ready to take home.

Ashton Naturals – Ashton Naturals has been selling their great product at the Carp Farmers’ Market with demand growing every year.  With their product available in retail stores, they turned to the Two Rivers Food Hub to expand their production capability and you can now find their delicious Jams, Jellies and Pickles at The Granary, Rideau Pines, The Piggy Market, General Brock’s Commissary in Kingston, Bread and Roses on St-Laurent Blvd.


Iron Kettle Cafe –  This small cafe, located inside the Gallipeau Centre,  makes fresh soups, sandwiches, snacks, coffee and smoothies for Centre visitors daily.  Check out their website for information on their delicious menu.  They also use our larger kitchens to make Meals on Wheels for area seniors so that they may have a hot, nutritious meal during the week.  Interested in Meals on Wheels?  Contact Community Home Support-Lanark County.

Jo-Elle et Cie – Since 2012 Jo-Elle et Cie has advocated a return to  simple, natural flavours, playing with textures, discovering many new recipes and completely focusing on natural, handmade high quality local raw material and final products.Check out the diverse range of multiple delicacies and lines we have created and offer such as our granola, maple syrup, seasonings and more.

Loon Kombucha – Loon Kombucha’s sparkling kombucha tea is available on tap at many regional Farmers’ Markets including  Perth, Kemptville, Gananoque, and Brockville.   Purchase your refillable bottle and fill it weekly with any of the three delicious flavours: Chai Rosé, Violet Lemongrass and Lemon Ginger. Follow us on Twitter or Facebook for a schedule of where to find us!

Nuts & Noix Co. – The NutBurg was born in a bistro in Wakefield, Quebec where a lot of the crowd who came in were veg heads, vegans and people who just wanted to eat less meat.  Nuts & Noix created something that was unique – the NutBurg, a delicious combination of roasted almonds, cashews, and sunflower seeds, which are complimented with carrots, red onions and mushrooms, cheese, breadcrumbs and spices. We also came up with the holy grail of veggie burgers: a delicious, gluten-free burger – our Mexican-inspired “Holy Mole Burger”.  Get these meat free burgers at these locations.

Oat & Mill – Fresh made ice cream , created in small batches and delivered to your door in Ottawa or picked up at the Carp Farmers’ Market on Saturdays.  An amazing product that tastes like traditional ice cream, however their frozen dessert is made from 100% Canadian Organic Oats. Try some today!

rND Bakery – Starting in December 2015, rND Bakery is making their great tasting, gluten free bread, rolls and bagels using our large scale equipment in the bakery kitchen.  Available at select locations in Ottawa such as Rainbow Foods, the Herb and Spice, True Loaf,  Metro Glebe and many others.  You can contact Will for info on his facebook page.

The Garlic Pantry – Growing over 20,000 bulbs of garlic, Sharon and Bill have created a multitude of garlic products that sell all over Ontario at Garlic Festivals from Carp to Toronto and even in Quebec.  They have been able to expand their production through the use of the Two Rivers Food Hub and their delicious items are being enjoyed by even more garlic fanatics.  Check out the festivals they will be attending here.