Engines of the Economy

November 26, 2016

Here at the Good Buy, we’re conscious of sourcing products from small farmers and start-up businesses who are striving to make a living by doing business right. Today on Small Business Saturday—and every daywe’re lifting up some of our favorite partner producers who are making beautiful handcrafted items, making a difference while following their passions. Here are three near our home office in Cambridge, Mass. Join us in supporting them!

We Dream in Colour
Jade and her team of New England jewelrymakers finely craft botanical jewelry, inspired by our outdoor wonders.

The Jam Stand
Jess and Sabrina, two life-long friends, began a jam-making business on the commitment that delicious spreads need not be processed food, but can be all-natural, small-batch, and irresistible.

Taza Chocolate
Just in our backyard of Somerville, Mass., the Taza factory is churning out incredibly textured traditional stone-ground chocolate. Check out the seasonal flavors like maple pecan, gingerbread cookie, and peppermint stick.




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