Taking on one hill at a time

Baked on the Hill has some exciting news to share.

Baked on the Hill is taking on Parliament as it will be a part of the Ottawa Farmers’ Market at the Lansdowne and Westboro locations this summer and they are bringing their baked goods!

Baked on the Hill offers a healthy alternative to baked goods, including hemp protein energy bars, nut butters and fruit leathers. All of their products are made locally from scratch with plant-based whole food ingredients from the land to your hands.

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