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his Thanksgiving season, give thanks to the wonderful community of entrepreneurs in Humboldt County by buying local! When you buy products that are locally made you are keeping your money in our community, and treating your family to a unique holiday experience. When money is spent on big name items in large box stores, most of the money leaves our area. Making purchases of locally made products at locally owned stores is a double whammy in supporting our robust community of makers. In Humboldt, we are lucky to have so many options to choose from when we are thinking about buying local. From fresh sour-

dough by Becks, beautiful pies from Brio Bakery, and delicious gluten-free desserts from Natural Decadence, fi lling your table with the abundance of Humboldt County is sure to impress. Going to an event? Grab a bottle of wine from Monument Mountain or Briceland Vineyards. A bar of Dick Taylor chocolate is a fantastic way to thank a host (or to treat yourself after a long day of cooking!). These are just a few examples of ways to elevate your holiday by buying local. Follow us on Facebook and let us know how you give thanks for the wonderful bounty of Humboldt County. From all of us to you, Happy Thanksgiving from Humboldt Made.



We’re in the freezer section at the grocery store. Also, available at the farmer’s market!

For the bath or shower.

Los Bagels

Heartfire Bakery

Fresh organic bagels available at your favorite local markets!

Your Personal Gluten Free Baker.

Tofu Shop

Old Town Coffee & Chocolates Locally made, organic, artisan tofu – fresh, baked, smoked – since 1980.

Muddy Waters Coffee Deliciously Organic!

30 NORTH COAST JOURNAL • Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017 • Espresso Fudge Patties made with our house roasted espresso.


Made locally, sold around the world since 2002.

North Coast Journal 11-09-17 Edition  
North Coast Journal 11-09-17 Edition