This week New Brusnwick – based media outlet Huddle named Anointment as one of four local product companies to keep an eye on, and we couldn’t me more thrilled! We love what we do and we love doing it here in South Eastern New Brunswick overlooking the Tantramar Marshes that inspire us. We’re also thrilled to see the article trending in the ‘most read’ section on the Huddle website!
Huddle believes that business is good. In the same vein that at Anointment we believe that by working together, we can all succeed! Huddle tells the stories of the creative, innovative and interesting entrepreneurs working in New Brunswick and throughout the Maritimes.
Included in the article along with a nod to local entrepreneurship are local coffee roasters Down East Coffee from Notre Dame, NB, I can safely say that their coffee is really great and I’m EXTREMELY picky about coffee! Angus East Organics, a beef farm that has been certified organic for 20 years! And fellow soaper Solstice Soaps from Fredericton. Keep up the great work everyone!
The article names two New Brunswick-based Anointment retailers, but the full list reads as follows. We’ve got every major city covered!
The Crofter (11 Bridge Street)
Cattail Ridge Family Market (5 Stephens Drive)
Sackville Farmers Market (April-December)
Sequoia Downtown (114 Highfield Street)
Ana Banana Baby (1612 Mountain Road)
Le Passage (232 Botsford Street)
Sequoia Trinity target=”_blank” (1435 Mountain Road)
Good River Organics (102 Ellen Street)
Urban Nest (3 Renaud Street)
Boutique bebe tout neuf (3389-3 rue Princiaple)
Sequoia (550 Gauvin Road)
Lollipops and Gumdrops (620 Coverdale Road)
The Feel Good Store (89 Germain Street)
Fundy Bay Organics (Saint John City Market)
Ana Banana Baby (15 Fashion Drive)
New Brunswick Museum (1 Market Square)
Room 2 Remember Kidz (100 York Street)
The Shamporium (Kings Place Mall, 440 King Street)