Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Wheeler's at the Cultural Survival Bazaar

Hello all! We here at Wheeler's think that the rights of indigenous peoples are very important. Cultural Survival is an awesome organization (based out of Cambridge, MA) that works to preserve native heritage. To this end, they have organized multiple bazaars that specifically showcase indigenous culture and craft.

Wheeler's is excited to announce that we will be participating in the 29th Annual Winter Bazaar. We'll be serving up samples and cups, so make sure you stop by for treats and indigenous crafts!

Details:December 8-9, from 11-7pm at Hynes Convention Center in Boston. (Super easy on the T: just hop on any Green Line except for E and take it straight to Hynes/ICA.)

Hope to see you all there!

2 comments:

Noah said...

Hi, your product sounds very exciting and awesome. I was wondering if you use fair trade ingredients. I know they are expensive, but if your ice cream is as yummy as everyone says, hopefully you could get away with using the more expensive ingredients. Or at least maybe have some fair trade options? Thanks for your consideration!

Wheeler's Black Label Vegan Ice Cream said...

Hello, Noah,

While we certainly understand the importance of fair trade, we are not offering any flavors at this time with fair trade ingredients. In the future, this is a possibility (a probably, I'd say), but being such a new company, right now we are focusing our resources on building a reliable distribution network. When we have secured places to sell the ice cream, we will be able to consider doing fair trade flavors further.

Thanks for your interest!