Melissact & Friends write about their finds and inspirations on In Country with Melissact & Friends. This website brings together products and ideas that they like that centre around buying Canadian, buying American and social media marketing. As such, the content reflects their tastes, their shopping and lifestyle philosophy. As the editor Melissa maintains complete control over the editorial content and scheduling.
Through the course of their work, they accept invitations to meet/discuss with manufacturers, artisans and retailers and they sometimes receive free samples to test their quality. Testing products enable them to experience first hand how they really work which in turn allows them to write more complete posts and reviews. The fact that they meet with suppliers or receive samples does not mean guaranteed coverage on In Country with Melissact & Friends. If they do write about these products, they make it clear to the readers that they received free products. Furthermore, they will write about them at their own discretion and when it fits within the editorial calendar.
Readers are welcome to send us a tip or the details of Made in Canada and Made in USA consumer goods they discovered. Simply email us at melissacthibodeau [at] gmail [dot] com.
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