BOHO & HOBO were busy the first quarter of 2019 fulfilling new wholesale orders to mindful retailers of eco-products across Canada and internationally to places such as Dubai and the Bahamas. Sustainable living and zero waste are popular topics of conversation as awareness increases of the world’s climate condition. Our leaders are starting to acknowledge climate change is real, and we must act now.
Retailers recognize that BOHO & HOBO’s high-end eco-friendly product line is committed to eliminating single use plastics while encouraging conscious consumers to live more sustainably. By providing their customers with access to reusable, washable and zero waste alternatives to the most commonly used day-to-day products, retailers see the value in helping customers get onboard with sustainable living. We love this.
WHERE TO FIND BOHO & HOBO
Serendipity Lane is a quaint yoga and fitness studio in Smiths Falls where group and private classes are available. They have a little boutique shopping section that carries some lovely products.
Lemonberry is an eco-conscious store in Aurora, that carries non-toxic, sustainable products with an emphasis on Canadian made products where possible. They carry everything from Health & Beauty to Fashion & Home Goods.
Unboxed Market is Toronto’s first zero waste store offering a truly package free shopping experience. If you are looking for groceries without plastic, food to take out ( bring your own containers ), bulk purchasing for household supplies and personal goods, the Unboxed Market has got you covered.
The owners of this eco-friendly shop and refill bar share the goal of creating change in their community and helping reduce the amount of plastics in landfill and waterways. Bring your bulk food and refillable containers and skip the excess packaging.
This adorable gift shop across the ferry from Kingston, is a must see. The owners pride themselves on curating most of their stock from local artisans, and Canadian companies where possible. They are opened seasonally from May – Oct. Be sure to check them out next time you are in the area.
This delicious cafe in Kingston is a fusion of delicious brekkie, friendly service and third wave coffee. Northside is a space to take a pause from the busyness of everyday life, soak up the atmosphere and leave feeling like you’re a part of it all. It’s a must visit destination. You can get sustainable straws and our signature Glass Infusion Cups after you eat.
Town Loft is a popular hub for photography, fitness, artisan workshops, retail pop-ups & celebrations of all kinds. It’s bright, inviting and inspiring atmosphere has the feel of a spacious urban loft apartment. Keep your eye out for cool events here, or host one of your own.
The Earth Centre is a student run mini store found on campus at Queen’s University that offers sustainable options to students and faculty. You will find items such as, food storage, personal care and lots of great goodies.
This is a funky boutique carries a variety of boho/hippie apparel, music merchandise, jewelry, home decor, eco products and neat stuff for the home.
This company is dedicated to bring natural, and eco-conscious products for people to enjoy for years to come. They take pride in offering quality beauty care, home goods, and sustainable products.
Eggs & Soldiers in Times Square Centre Dubai helps take the guesswork out of living a more ‘naturally-inclined’ lifestyle. This lovely store offers natural products to customers with a focus on maternity, mothering and travel. They believe in providing pure, safe and environmentally conscious goods to reduce unnecessary waste and toxins in your home.
Just outside of Lyford Cay, in Nassua you will find Sabrina’s. This women’s boutique carries a lovely assortment of clothing, accessories and small gifts curated with comfort and style in mind.