• ForageGirl will be shipping this year’s harvest in new custom-designed, BPI-certified compostable packaging supplied by Good Natured (GDNP)
  • ForageGirl Fiddleheads President Brittany Maranger sat down with Brieanna McCutcheon to introduce the company and discuss the partnership with Good Natured
  • ForageGirl Fiddleheads, is a second-generation family-run business that aims to transition 100 per cent of its packaging to plant-based by 2023
  • Available fresh in early spring, fiddleheads are young ferns that have not yet unfurled into fronds
  • ForageGirl is a brand of Norcliff Farms and North America’s largest producer of fiddleheads

ForageGirl will be shipping this year’s harvest in new BPI-certified compostable packaging supplied by Good Natured.

ForageGirl Fiddleheads President Brittany Maranger sat down with Brieanna McCutcheon to introduce the company and discuss the partnership with Good Natured.

ForageGirl Fiddleheads is a second-generation family-run business that aims to transition 100 per cent of its packaging to plant-based by 2023.

Available fresh in early spring, fiddleheads are young ferns that have not yet unfurled into fronds. A nutrient-dense superfood, its growing popularity stems from its delicate, sweet flavour and versatility in a variety of healthy, plant-based recipes.

These vegetables are foraged by hand in New Brunswick, Quebec and Ontario – and then delivered in as few as 30 hours to major grocers, including Sobeys, Metro, Safeway, and Loblaws.

ForageGirl is a brand of Norcliff Farms and North America’s largest producer of fiddleheads.

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