Suma Organic Fairtrade Quinoa - 500g

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Quinoa (pronounced keen-wah) has been cultivated in South American Andes since at least 3000 BC, and

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Suma Organic Fairtrade Quinoa - 500g
  
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Quinoa (pronounced keen-wah) has been cultivated in South American Andes since at least 3000 BC, and has been a staple food of millions of native inhabitants. The Incas called quinoa the mother grain and revered it as sacred. It has a fluffy consistency and a mild, delicate slightly nutty flavour. Quinoa is excellent in soups, casseroles, stews and stir fries, as well as cold in salads. Cooking time is approximately 15 minutes, much shorter than beans. Quinoa is high in protien, iron, and calc

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GoDivine - Organic & Fairtrade Drinking Chocolate Chipotle Spice - 10 oz. star
Divine - Organic & Fairtrade Drinking Chocolate Chipotle Spice - 10 oz. (284g) Divine Organic & Fairtrade Drinking Chocolate Chipotle Spice is made only with the finest quality Fair Trade cocoa beans from Kuapa Kokoo, a coopertative of smallholder farmers in Ghana. The cocoa is grown in the shade of the tropical by the farmers, who take great pride in the chocolate company they co-own. Choosing delicious Divine gives you guaranteed pleasure, and the farmers a guaranteed fair deal, as well as the chance to invest in a better future - that's good business. The History of CocoaTheobroma cacao, or as it is more commonly known, cocoa is indigenous to the Amazon Basin and tropical areas of South and Central America and was first cultivated there over 2000 years ago. It formed the basis of fascinating rituals and social systems throughout the New World. The Mayans believed cocoa to be the food of the gods and it was one of their most important sacred plants. Cocoa also served as currency: you could buy a slave for 100 nibs (cocoa beans), a rabbit for four nibs, or the favours of a women for ten nibs. Cocoa was first introduced to Europe in the fifteenth century by Christopher Columbus who brought some back to Spain after his travels in the New World. It was heavily taxed and therefore remained a drink exclusive to the upper classes. The Spanish kept the secrets of cocoa to themselves for over a century and when Francis Drake captured Spanish galleons at sea, his crew threw the sacks of cocoa beans overboard, thinking them useless. In Britain a wealthy cafe society grew up around the luxurious chocolate houses, where the Jacobean landed gentry met to drink hot chocolate. In 1828 Coenraad van Houten, a Dutchman, invented the cocoa press which extracted the cocoa powder from the cocoa butter. The powder made a smoother drink and the butter, when combined with more cocoa powder and sugar, made the first chocolate. This revolutionised the cocoa industry. LuckyVitamin.com
Go10 Lbs Certified Organic & Fairtrade Colombian Seynekun Green (unroasted) Coffee star
You are bidding on 10 pounds of 100% PREMIUM ORGANIC FAIRTRADE ARABICA GREEN COFFEE BEANS These beans originate in the Northern Area of Colombian (Seynekun) which is typically a small group of organized coffee growers which enjoy the benefits of a soft breeze from the Caribbean Sea, excellent soil conditions along with the perfect weather and altitude for this premium coffee.This coffee is hand picked. Washed, and Sun dried.Coffee Tones: Light nutty taste, hints of chocolate in aroma.low-medium eBay

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