Hey northern Idaho! I don’t know if you’ve heard, but the local businesses in your communities are making some pretty cool products. Buying locally not only helps you to be connected to your community but it also benefits local businesses and is generally more sustainable for the Earth. Besides checking out the local farmer’s markets and window shopping in your area here are some great businesses in northern Idaho:
Rolla Roasters, designed and produced in Orofino, Idaho, were originally invented in 1980 and have continued to be produced on the banks of the Clearwater River by local people ever since. These original marshmallow toasting forks have been joined by their hardy version the Folding Camping Fork– both continue to amplify the campfire cooking experience to be extraordinary.
Cowgirl Chocolates have been produced in Moscow, Idaho since 1997. These tasty treats have won a total of 19 product awards. Cowgirl Chocolates has also been featured on the Food Network on “Unwrapped” and “Extreme Cuisine” and on CNBC “On the Money”. They have also been written up in the New York Times, InStyle, the Toronto Star among others.
Mary Janes Farm Magazine is written by a long-term Idaho resident. This northern Idaho magazine offers tips on organic solutions to household issues, fun projects, and healthy recipes.
There are plenty more local businesses that produce high-quality goods in northern Idaho. Don’t be afraid to buy local and see wht your neighbors are making. Support your local community and reap the personal benefits of high-quality products from close to home.