Grizzly Bar locations, coast to coast

The hunt for Grizzly Bars is heating up and now is a good time for us to thank the many retail stores that have stepped up to sell Denman Island Chocolates’s Grizzly Bar.

There are too many to name, so we made a map.

But it warms our heart to see stores like The Vitamin Farm in Calgary and Amaranth Whole Foods in Calgary and St. Albert, Steep Hill Food Co-operative and Dad’s Organic Market in Saskatoon, Poor Michael’s Emporium and Vita Health in Manitoba, Rainbow Foods in Ottawa and the Paper Pipit in Toronto, Terra Organic and San Juan Natural Foods in Washington, and Eos Natural foods in Wolfville Nova scotia, all making a contribution to Save the Great Bars.

Way to represent, Wolfville.

The team Eos Natural Foods in Wolfville Nova Scotia.
Customers and employees are all part of the team at Eos Natural Foods in Wolfville Nova Scotia.

We’re really inspired by the support of stores like Eos natural Foods.

And we’re so happy about all the stores in our home province that have made a commitment to helping Save the Great Bears. Our work happens because of the busy people, and caring citizens, and committed environmentalists who make it happen.

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