A few years ago their eldest daughter reacted to the additives in a Halloween candy, so from then on Beecroft committed to a different kind of baking which is sold in the family's Caffee Divano shops — no food dyes, and no chemicals along with butter — not shortening — in crusts.
"Pie is something really fun to play around with when baking because it is this blank canvas," said Beecroft on CBC's Our Vancouver. "We wanted to play and elevate it and find some unique twists on things."
Their signature pies include strawberry ginger peach, pumpkin with ginger cookies, and apple cranberry cream cobbler.
They use pie tins that customers can bring back or keep using themselves.
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"Those are two great charities and they both do so much for the autism community, so we donate a dollar a pie back to those charities."
The Beecrofts also employ people who are on the Autism spectrum while Beecroft says she's happy to give back to the community of Port Moody, her hometown.
With files from CBC's Our Vancouver.