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We sell Yrttiaika products abroad under the business name Arctic Roots Oy. Our company consists of five employees. If you have any questions, please contact us

Soila Nyman
Pure natural raw ingredients are used at Kurkela herb farm to produce natural cosmetics for Yrttiaika´s product range, which include creams, ointments and treatment oils. I am a pedagogue, wilderness guide and a phytotherapist. Upon orders, I organise various courses on herbs and natural cosmetics.
Eija Marjomaa
Garlic, herbs and speciality vegetables are grown at Ryytiranta. Ryytiranta further processes Yrttiaika´s green powders, herbal salts and syrups. I am a horticulturist, inspector of gathered goods and a natural product trainer. Upon order, I organise various herb courses.
Aira Kurikka
Villivoima produces Yrttiaika’s spruce tip syrups and berry marmalades. I am an inspector of gathered goods and a natural product trainer. I organise wild herb and mushroom courses as well as cookery courses according to customer wishes.
Lea Keränen
I am an agrologist and a master of neural pathway massage. The sea salt-based foot bath salts and soaps, as well as bath bombs, which I make are well-suited for the Yrttiaika’s product range. Upon order, I organise soap-making courses.
Kati Haipus
The main livelihood of Calenda farm is in the production of lamb, and herbs are grown and further processed as an alternative income. The cultivation includes more than 10 different organic herbs that strive in the area. Calenda’s herbs are used to produce Yrttiaika´s seasoning mixes and herbal teas. I am a qualified gardener.

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