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    Lucuma Powder

    Lucuma Powder

    Lucuma is a fruit native to the Andes. It looks like a cross between an avocado and a pear. Prized for its sweetness, described as similar to maple syrup, it is one of the most popular ice cream flavors in Peru! We use lucuma in its powdered form. The fruit is dried at low temperatures so as to retain its healthy benefits. It is then milled into powder, still containing healthy levels of calcium, beta-carotene, zinc, iron and 14 essential trace minerals. It is an ideal sweetener for those who must monitor their sugar intake, as it has a low glycemic index.


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    Sacha Inchi Seeds

    Sacha Inchi Seeds

    The sacha inchi shrub produces beautiful seed pods encased in an outer covering that resembles a tiny lantern. Once the seeds are removed from the star-shaped pods, they are then dried. Oil is extracted from the seeds, and the remaining plant fiber is then processed into a fine powder. Sacha inchi powder contains about 60% protein, has high omega-3 fat and vitamin E contents, and has all 8 essential amino acids. Sacha Inchi powder can be mixed in with chia and quinoa, sprinkled over salads, cereals, and yogurt and added into blended nutritional drinks. Since heat does not harm sacha inchi powder, it retains its nutritional value when baked into snack bars or other treats. Sacha Inchi seeds can likewise be easily incorporated into a healthy diet, added to salads, sprinkled onto soups, and baked into breads.


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    Vanilla Extract, Single Fold

    Vanilla Extract, Single Fold

    Our natural vanilla extract comes straight from the pods of the vanilla plant. It is used commonly for flavoring foods and beverages. A few surprising health benefits of vanilla extract include the following; It promotes healthy digestion, is good for your heart and hair, can help with anxiety, can reduce acne, and help ease respiratory conditions.


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    Chia Protein

    Chia Protein

    Despite its small size, Chia is full of essential nutrients. It is an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids and is rich in antioxidants. It can make a positive impact on your health and well-being. Our Chia protein provides fiber, iron, and calcium. Taste its slightly more intense nutty flavor in your vegan pancakes and baked goods.


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    Chia Seeds, White

    Chia Seeds, White

    Chia seeds contain large amounts of fiber and omega-3 fatty acids, plenty of high-quality protein, and several essential minerals and antioxidants. These seeds are highly versatile. They can be soaked and added to porridge, made into pudding, used in baked goods, or sprinkled on top of salads or yogurt.


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    Pumpkin Seeds

    Pumpkin Seeds

    Pumpkin seeds have been used to treat a myriad of physical problems for thousands of years. With modern technology we can better understand why. Just one ounce of seeds contain 18% RDI of vitamin K, 33% RDI of phosphorus, 42% RDI of manganese, 37% RDI magnesium, 23% RDI of iron, 14% RDI of Zinc and 19% RDI of copper. They are rich in antioxidants, as well as iron, zinc, and magnesium.


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    Organic Almonds

    Organic Almonds

    One of the most popular tree nuts, they are high in healthy monosaturated fats, fiber and protein. With many health benefits, they can easily be included into any diet regimen.


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    Organic Walnuts, Shelled & Unshelled

    Organic Walnuts, Shelled & Unshelled

    ‘English’ walnuts got their name not because there’s a type of walnut grown in England (in fact there are no commercial producers in England), but because it was the English merchant marines who brought walnuts out of the Middle East to the rest of the world. Walnuts have many health benefits, including prevention of cardiovascular disease, and supporting bone health.


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    Baby Corn

    Baby Corn

    Baby Corn is packed in Thailand. Available in 24/15 oz and 6/10 can sizes. Available in whole and cut. Also available in glass jars, pickled or brine. Whole and cut, retail and foodservice. Why should you purchase baby corn for your customers? Well, it is not because baby corn has any extra nutritional value, although it does lack the sugar content that mature corn has. What makes baby corn a valuable commodity for most people who use it, is that it looks interesting and makes dishes more fanciful. If you sell to restaurants or to an eclectic variety of home chefs, then baby corn is a good product to have in stock as it will provide those interested cooking enthusiasts with color and temper to give their home-made or retail dishes. Additionally, as stated above, we get ours organically from Thailand. America does not produce baby corn as it is a time intensive and difficult process, with no added health benefits.


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    Coconut Milk

    Coconut Milk

    Coconut milk is the liquid that comes mixing equal amounts (1:1 ratio) shredded fresh coconut meat with water, then squeezing it through a sieve or cheesecloth. The opacity and rich taste of coconut milk are due to its high oil content, most of which is saturated fat. Coconut milk is the basis for most Thai curries.


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    Quinoa, White

    Quinoa, White

    One of the oldest crops in the Andes (over 7,000 years!). The main cultivation is in the Andean highlands. Quinoa’s high levels of lysine (higher than that of wheat), balanced amino acid content, and high quality and quantity protein, are among the many reasons it is so valued for use in main dishes, soups, pastries, snacks, and commercial preparations.


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    Apple Slices

    Apple Slices

    Apple is a fruit high in antioxidants, vitamins, dietary fiber, and a range of other nutrients. They come in a variety of shapes, colors, and flavors. This tasty fruit provides a range of nutrients that can benefit many different aspects of a person’s health. Try out our natural apple slices, dices, and rings today!


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    Goji Berries SD

    Goji Berries SD

    Goji berries are bright red, sometimes almost orange. They come to us primarily from China where there is a long tradition (at least 2,000 years) of use in traditional medicine. Packed with vitamins, minerals and phytochemical components, these berries’ popularity has grown exponentially among health-conscious consumers. We see them most often as a dried berry that can then be eaten alone as a snack, added to salads, trail mixes, or used in baking. Powders made from the juice and pulp are also in wide usage, as a welcome addition to a wide range of health drinks.


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    Dried Mango Slices

    Dried Mango Slices

    Mangos (Mangifera indica) have been a cultivated crop for thousands of years in South Asia. As it spread throughout Southeast Asia and into India, the Philippines and beyond, it acquired significance in each region’s culture, reflecting the people’s appreciation of the fruit. Dense in nutrients, mango is a rich source of dietary fiber, vitamins, and beta-carotene. Dried mangos can be used as any dried fruit would be used : as a snack, as an add-in to granola, chopped and added to hot cereal, baked into muffins and quick breads.


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    Sunflower Seed Protein

    Sunflower Seed Protein

    Sunflower seeds are a source of many vitamins and minerals that can support your immune system and increase your ability to fight off viruses. Our Sunflower protein powder is high in fiber and contains significant quantities of various vitamins B and E. They can be incorporated into just about anything without distorting the flavor too much. Give them a try in shakes, ice cream, and yogurt!


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    Cacao Powder

    Cacao Powder

    Once the cacao seeds are fermented, dried, hulled and crushed, and finally ground into a thick paste. This paste is then mechanically pressed and the cacao butter is separated from the paste. It is basically an off-white fat that has many uses. As most of the nutritional benefits are in the non-fat parts of the cacao seeds, Cacao butter is not high in nutrients. Cacao butter is used to make all types of chocolate – white chocolate, milk chocolate and dark chocolate. It is also used extensively in beauty care products as it stays solid at room temperature and is easily absorbed by the skin. It is also a very stable fat as it contains anti-oxidants which prevent it from spoiling.


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    Pineapple Slices

    Pineapple Slices

    Pineapple was indigenous to South America, probably coming out of Paraguay and southern Brazil. It spread to the Caribbean , then on to Central America and Mexico where it was cultivated by the Mayans and the Aztecs. When Columbus came across pineapples in 1493, he called the plant pina de Indes, ‘pine of the Indians’. Columbus took pineapples back to Spain, making pineapple the first bromeliad to be brought into Europe. Over the next 200 years, wealthy Europeans used the pineapple as a means to display their wealth by constructing elaborate hothouses in which to grow them. One of the more spectacular examples was a ‘pinery’ built by John Murray, 4th Earl of Dunmore, which was a huge stone cupola 46 feet tall in the shape of a pineapple.The pineapple finally arrived in Hawaii in about 1899, and industrial farming by US companies was well underway in the early 1900’s. Costa Rica is now a leading producer, followed by Brazil and the Philippines. Dehydrated pineapple is a good source of calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium Vitamin C. Additionally, pineapple provides the enzyme bromelain, a very useful digestive enzyme.


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    Goldenberries

    Goldenberries

    Looking somewhat like a fat yellow raisin, these dried berries are nutrient-dense. They offer us antioxidants, fiber, protein, beta-carotene, bioflavonoids and vitamin A, making them welcome in any salad, snack mix, granola, or stirred into yogurt.


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    Coconut Sugar

    Coconut Sugar

    Coconut sugar is made by extracting sap from the coconut palm, to then be boiled and dehydrated. It is 70 to 79% sucrose, and 3 to 9% each of fructose and glucose (cane sugar is about 50% fructose). Coconut sugar has a high mineral content, being rich in potassium, magnesium, zinc and iron. Occasionally, consumers will confuse coconut sugar with palm sugar. They are definitely not the same! Palm sugar is derived from any variety of palm tree, while coconut sugar comes only from coconut palms. This difference is important, because other palm sugars do not have the same nutritional benefits as coconut sugar, nor is their glycemic index as low as that of coconut sugar. Caramel colored and with a subtle sweetness reminiscent of brown sugar and caramel, coconut sugar can be easily substituted for cane sugar in most recipes.


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    Flax Seed Brown

    Flax Seed Brown

    Brown Flax Seeds are rich in omega 3 fatty acids, dietary fiber, and contain up top 800 times more lignans than other plant foods. Research has shown that flax lignans may reduce growth of cancerous tumors, particularly those that are hormone-sensitive. Its given name, Linum usitatissimum, literally means ‘very useful’!


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    Pea Protein

    Pea Protein

    Pea protein powder is a supplement made by extracting protein from yellow peas. It has a great source of iron and can aid muscle growth, weight loss, and heart health. It is most commonly used to increase the protein content of smoothies and shakes. It is also a fantastic fit for almost any diet since it’s naturally vegan and gluten-free.


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    Hemp Seeds, Hulled

    Hemp Seeds, Hulled

    Hemp ( Cannibis sativa L ) seeds contain all essential amino acids and essential fatty acids, as well as protein, which is 65% globulin edistin (a globular, biologically active protein). The outer hulls are removed, leaving soft inner kernels, also known as hemp hearts. To be eaten ‘as-is’, added to smoothies, stirred into yogurt, sprinkled onto salads, and even used as a substitute for breadcrumbs to coat chicken or fish. Seeds are also pressed to produce hemp seed oil. This process creates a residual seed meal which is then turned into hemp protein powder. Our hemp protein powder is 50% protein by volume.


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    Turmeric Powder

    Turmeric Powder

    Turmeric is a spice known for being the most effective nutritional supplement in existence. It has been in use for thousands of years as both a spice and medicinal herb. Increase the antioxidant capacity of your body by incorporating our Turmeric powder into your diet. Just add one teaspoon of this supplement to your hot and cold drinks, and let its delicious flavor give your taste buds a real treat!


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    Mesquite Powder

    Mesquite Powder

    Native to southwestern United States and Mexico, mesquite trees are hardy and deep-rooted, producing long seed pods. The pods are harvested and the beans removed, to be ground up to make powder. This powder can be used as a flour, and being gluten-free, it is a tremendous boon to anyone who must steer clear of gluten! Mesquite has a rich taste, similar to that of caramel. High in protein and in solute fiber, using mesquite powder as a sweetener can help prevent blood sugar spikes and makes us feel fuller for a longer period of time after eating.


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