About Us


Our Beginnings

Highwood Crossing refers to a shallow portion of the Highwood River that runs through the beautiful foothills and farmland of Southern Alberta near High River.

In the days before bridges or roads, early travelers would cross, and often rest for a while, at this quiet section of the river. Our name, Highwood Crossing, is a tribute to those early times and the travelers who stopped to rest and enjoy this tranquil haven on the banks of the Highwood River.

Today at Highwood Crossing Foods, we are committed to providing you with quality organic food that is uncomplicated, natural, and delicious. We value the sustainable production of real food and believe that there is a vital link between the land, what we eat, and our health.

Tony & Penny Marshall – Co-Founders

Our Organic Products

Our organic products are made in small batches, minimally processed, and simply packaged. No chemicals, preservatives or GMO ingredients are ever used.


When you buy from Highwood Crossing Foods, you support local organic farmers in Alberta and Saskatchewan. You are also helping protect the environment by lowering our chemical and carbon footprint. Thank you for your commitment to good food.

Tony & Penny Marshall – Co-Founders

We’re honoured to be able to produce organic food because:

✓ It’s great tasting, rich in nutrients and healthy for our families.

✓ It’s produced following rigorous government-regulated standards without the use of toxic chemicals.

✓ It’s good for the environment because it keeps the soil healthy, the water clean & reduces our carbon footprint.


Highwood Crossing has been fortunate to be presented with varied awards and distinctions.

Innovation in Agriculture Award from Growing Alberta

1st Place at the Golden Spurtle World Porridge Championship in Scotland by Catherine Caldwell with her specialty porridge recipe using Highwood Crossing organic Steel-Cut Oats.

Named one of the “Best Artisan Food Producers in Canada” by a panel of top chefs and food professionals for the ACE Bakery Artisan Incubator project.

Avenue Magazine declared Highwood Crossing organic Granola as one of the Twenty Best Things to Eat in Calgary.

Tony & Penny Marshall, co-founders of Highwood Crossing, named Canadian Food Heroes by Slow Food Canada at a ceremony in Tatamagouche, NS.


Wholesale Enquiries

Wholesale Pricing Is Available For Businesses & Bulk Users



(403) 652-1910




810 Center St SE High River AB T1V 1E8