We scour the state to find the best tasting, Alaskan made, small batch specialty foods.
Listed below are our food artisans partners, who make the food included in our boxes.
On their farm in Soldotna, Alaska Berries grows all of the berries that they then process into jams, syrups, and wines. Utilizing sustainable practices, they ensure their land will be able to continue its production well into the future.
Alaska Botanicals Herbs and Teas
These teas are produced the old-fashioned way, by collecting berries and herbs from Alaskan valleys and river sides, then combining the raw ingredients by hand with black teas as a base. No artificial flavors are added; the teas highlight Alaska’s bounty of berries and herbs.
Alaska Chip Company
Since 2003, the Alaska Chip Company has made deliciously crunchy potato chips. They have partnered with a farm in the heart of the Matanuska-Susitna Valley that grows select Alaska potatoes specifically for their chips.
Alaska Flour Company
Delta Junction, AK
Alaska Flour Company is a family owned and operated farm and the only commercial flour mill in Alaska. They specialize in stoneground barley flour, which they grow and process entirely on their farmland. Four generations work on the farm that has a commitment to creating healthy options as well as food security for the state.
Alaska Heavenly Honey
Willow, AK and McGrath, AK
Alaska Heavenly Honey cultivates wildflower honey from their many hives both on the road system and in Bush Alaska. The honey is 100% raw, having never been heated above 110 degrees F. Their honey cream is blended with handpicked blueberries from the area surrounding their hives in McGrath.
Since this honey is all natural, crystallization may naturally occur in the liquid honey bottles and honey sticks. To return honey to its complete liquid form, gently warm to around 90 degrees F. Their honey cream should be stored in a cool location or refrigerator to maintain its creamy form.
Alaska Saltworks Company
Alaska Saltworks’ artisan sea salt is harvested and hand-crafted from the pristine waters of Alaska. Every step of craftsmanship – from gathering to solar evaporation, which leaves in trace minerals such as magnesium, potassium, calcium, among others – is done by hand in small batches. Their salt never interacts with metal, uses no caking agents, and is iodine free. It is 100% natural Alaskan gourmet sea salt and is perfect as a finished salt on just about anything to give your dish a delicious, crisp flavor.
Fourth-generation chocolatiers use family recipes to make all their chocolates and candies by hand.
DJ’s Sugar Shack
A sweets confectioner based in a quant ski town, all her treats are whipped up in small batches with quality ingredients.
Drool Central creates homemade treats for your furry friend. They use organic and local products, including Alaska salmon and barley flour grown and milled in the state. Never included are artificial flavorings or substitutions, oils, fats, or sugars. All treats are between 40-50% protein.
The Flying Squirrel Bakery
The Flying Squirrel Bakery serves all kinds of delicious sweets and hearty, wholesome foods from their cafe in Talkeetna. They use local ingredients whenever possible, including barley flour and sea salt sourced from Alaska and specialty produce sourced from their partner farm a few miles away.
Heritage Coffee Company
Established in 1974, Heritage is the oldest privately owned coffee roasting company in Alaska. Using a vintage roaster, they are passionate about roasting and sourcing high quality coffees responsibly. Their longstanding relationships ensure access to fine coffee beans and knowledge that fair practices are upheld. All roasting is done in downtown Juneau.
Howl Pet Boutique
Howl focuses on making dog treats using a short list of human grade ingredients in ensure everything is simple, nutritious, and delicious. All of Loki’s Superfood Dog Treats are made by hand and from scratch.
Modern Dwellers Chocolates
An Anchorage-based chocolate studio, Modern Dwellers uses high quality ingredients to combine traditional and unique flavors for their bars, truffles, and drinking chocolates.
North Pole Coffee Company
North Pole, AK
For over twenty years, North Pole Coffee has been roasting in small batches to order, using imported coffee beans from around the world.
Rosie made pasta for friends and family and got so many requests that she began her business. She works in small batches and uses farm fresh Alaskan eggs when available.
Simple Pleasures of Alaska
Family owned and operated, Simple Pleasures harvest local salmonberries for their jams. They spend an intense three weeks harvesting, washing and freezing the berries to make their jam, working together as a family in Southeast Alaska.
Smoked Alaska Seafoods
Smoked Alaska Seafoods has over 30 years experience in their business. Family owned and operated, everything is done carefully by hand. Located in Wasilla, they have easy and early access to some of Alaska’s best salmon at the peak of their runs, ensuring the freshest wild salmon available.
A restaurant and café in Palmer, Turkey Red is committed to providing fresh, local ingredients in their dishes and bakery options. Over a quarter of the produce they use is from nearby farms.