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We started our company in the summer of 2006 with a group of farmers and local artisans. We were all from the Greater Toronto Region, Durham Region and Region of York in Central Ontario. We opened our first store on one of our members Farms in Stouffville. Unfortunately we could not all agree on the direction of the company and some of us dropped out . . . to read more about Buncha Farmers click here
I received a couple products from Buncha Farms some of the products I got were Buncha Farmers Stain Applications, Manuka Honey Soap Honey & Oatmeal, Lip Balm - Vanilla Latte & Lip Balm - Watermelon
I've never heard of this company before but wanted to try some stuff out for myself. I love the lip balms the vanilla and watermelon smell wonderful and are literally my favorite lip balm to use now. I always have one in my pocket vest for work. It moisturizes my lips so good, and keeps them moist throughout the entire day of work for me.
The Stain Remover I have not yet used yet because I was a little skeptical at first whether it would or would not work. I don't really have any stains on my clothes right now so I am waiting for the perfect moment to use other than that trying to find some sort of stain to use this on. It also gets out stains from carpets, furniture fabrics and leather. I will have to show my grandfather this because it says it works on pet odors on carpet and we have had some accidents in the house from our pets lately. Says it great for cleaning your shoes ooh.. My friend recently just said she needed to clean her shoes from work I'll have to tell her about this and let her use it for her shoes (:
Also what I found interesting on their website it says to grate a little bit off like a quarter of an inch and throw it in with your regular laundry and it will brighten and energize your load. Very very interesting.
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