Reducing our carbon footprint
All food waste from the juice bar is composted, and we provide biodegradable plastic bags and cups, and reusable containers whenever possible. You will receive 10 cents off your purchase for every reusable bag or container you supply.
Caring about our community
We recognize our responsibility to be active participants in our local community. Five percent of yearly profits will be donated to a variety of community and non-profit organizations, such as the Québec Food Bank. Please visit our website for more information on our community involvements.
Our Community Involvements
September 12, 2009
Grand Opening Celebration! 5% of all proceeds will go to the La Pêche Community Food Bank.
The La Forêt business survey raised $124 for the Wakefield-La Pêche Community Center Cooperative. Thank-you to everyone who participated!
The La Forêt Charity Raffle raised $250 for the Wakefield Community Emergency Fund. Thanks to everyone who purchased tickets!!
La Forêt presents André Grand-Maître from the Wakefield Community Emergency Fund with a $250 check.
La Forêt sponsors Dr. Pema Dorjèe and his Tibetan associates to present a lecture on Tibetan Medicine in Wakefield, and offer medical consultations to the public. With your help, we raised $2000 which will go towards opening a Tibetan elderly home as well as an orphanage.
Dr. Pema Dorjèe and his Tibetan associates share a shot of wheatgrass at the juice bar.