Purveyors of Canada's largest selection of high quality wild foods, foraged in remote regions across the country, the most natural foods there are. These unique foods are harvested by expert foragers in remote regions across the country, from the coast of Labrador to the islands of British Columbia. You will find a cornicopia of wild hand picked foraged ingredients on this site. Explore our products and learn about the many delicious wild fruits, vegetables, mushrooms, herbs, teas, nuts and exotic dry goods we offer. Discover real Canadian cuisine and eat something wild. 


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THE WILD FOODS DIFFERENCE

Wild foods do not require the clearing, tilling, seeding, or irrigation of any land.
The earth’s resources aren’t depleted by harvesting wild foods.
Wild foods don’t need the carbon inputs, such as fertilizers or pesticides, required by cultivated crops.
Wild foods grow in their natural habitat.
They are the original organic foods, growing where nature intended them to grow.
The sustainable harvesting of wild foods supports local economies.
Wild foods have bold, exciting, and scrumptious flavours.

 

A selection of Forbes Wild Foods hand foraged products

 

Please contact us directly for inquiries about:
Gift baskets and corprate gifts, food service and restaurant pricing, specialty sourcing, retail and wholesale opportunities, large scale/bulk ordering, and our complete product list of more than 100 fresh, dried, and preserved items from the wild.

 

Forbes Wild Foods raw honey


At Forbes Wild Foods we feel it is important to curb rural and wild areas from being developed for housing, industry, or transportation. When we lose land to new development we not only lose native and wild species, we lose our awareness and knowledge of them. If you own land and would like to learn how to help protect it, forage on it and create a progressive relationship with it. 

You may have seen our products:

Top Chef Canada, Chopped Canada, Master Chef Canada, Food and Drink, In The Weeds TV, Now Magazine, The Atlantic, Macleans, Toronto Life, James Beard Foundation, Gold Metal Plates, Elle Magazine.