Since 2010, Kimberley's Kitchen has been handcrafting small batch confections and organic fine foods, using local and Fair Trade ingredients. We use real food to flavour our confections including organic/Fair Trade chocolate, coffee, and vanilla beans. We use locally roasted coffee, local herbs and fruit, and even source local organic flour. Every confection and baked good is crafted with care, packaged in sustainable bags, and incredibly delicious.
Located in Telkwa, in Northern B.C., Kimberley's Kitchen is available across Canada online or at one of our lovely retailers and restaurants.
Kimberley Allan Mulla - Owner & Confectioner
Once titled the Marshmallow Maven by a reporter in 2013, Kimberley is a professional baker and cook with vast experience in the hospitality and retail industries. Kimberley has worked with business leaders as a mentor, coach, speaker, and guest lecturer. Inspiring leaders to build engaged workplaces and nurture talent, Kimberley brings authentic passion and substantial hands-on experience to business owners and managers.
In 2010, Kimberley launched her independent food business with the vision to Do Things Differently. A wife and mother of two young children, Kimberley has championed women in business and in ownership and leadership roles. Kimberley's Kitchen is proud to partner with many women owned and operated businesses in Canada. Kimberley's Kitchen also works to source independent, local, and sustainable ingredients and supplies.
Co-owner of Telkwa General Store & Cafe, with her husband Jay Mulla, Kimberley also operates a local restaurant and grocery company.
Kimberley volunteers her time as a Director for the Bulkley Valley Farmers' Market and as a cooking and baking instructor at Telkwa Elementary School. In 2016, Kimberley is launching her non-profit organization focused on food education and promoting food security in Northern BC by reducing food waste in the grocery and restaurant industries.
Kimberley has been featured in national and local media including Maclean's Magazine, The Globe and Mail, Interior News, and CFTK.
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