Good Chocolate // Chocolate

Discover an artisanal chocolate bar, uncompromising in taste and quality, crafted in small batches using the finest organic cacao beans, and sweetened with Erythritol, a remarkable, naturally-occurring sugar alternative that endows chocolate with all the pleasure and none of the guilt. 

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Chef Steph // Granola

Chef Steph's granola is made right here in Bernal Heights by personal chef, Stephanie Weiler. Chef Steph has now made her granola available at Little Bee Baking! It is a simple, non nonsense granola with the freshest ingredients. Enjoy it on yogurt, with milk, or simply by the mouthful.

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Four Barrel // Coffee and Espresso

Four Barrel Coffee is a local coffee roastery and cafe located in San Francisco's Mission District that is committed to "sourcing, roasting, and brewing the best in an honest, ethical, and sexy manner." 

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Irving's Challah // Challah Bread

Irving's Premium Foods is known throughout the San Francisco Bay Area for its tasty and kosher challah.  The company was established in 2004 by Irving and Benny Greisman. You can find Irving's delicious challah every Friday at Little Bee. We carry plain, poppyseed, sesame seed, and whole wheat varieties.

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Jittery John's Coffee // Cold Brew Coffee

Jittery John's officially started in 2012, but long before that, John was brewing from home and sharing his cold brew with friends and colleagues in giant mason jars. Now JJ's is available all over the Bay Area and right here at Little Bee. Try a JJ's chicory iced coffee or buy a bottle to enjoy at home.

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Proyecto Diaz // Coffee

Proyecto Diaz, a coffee roasting company rooted in the Bay Area, focused on rebuilding one coffee farm at a time starting with the Diaz Family Farm in Oaxaca, Mexico. We proudly source coffee from small-scale producers and co-ops exclusively. When sourcing excellent coffee, we purchase based on both taste and impact.

10% of our profit is reinvested into El Carmen, our current project farm in Oaxaca, Mexico. Our financial contributions have gone into:

  • rebuilding sustainable farm infrastructure

  • investing in biodiversity

  • bettering farming practices

  • various needs like equipment and livestock

  • better wages for workers from the community

Additionally, we’ve partnered with neighboring producers to buy their coffee at above fair-trade prices as well.

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