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TradeLink International is a global supplier of specialist organic and conventional ingredients such as Kaniwa, Tapioca, gluten free flours, Chia, Quinoa, Teff and frozen fruit & vegetables.

At the core of TradeLink is over 30 years food handling experience including growing, processing, distribution, storage, importing and exporting. These experiences have entwined, forming the fibre of who we are today, positioning us as a solution driven team.  We’ve done it for ourselves, we can do it for you.

Organic Seeds & Grains

Quality USDA and CERES certified products.

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Gluten Free

Leaders in Certified Gluten Free Ingredients

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Quinoa

Specialists in a wide range of Quinoa Products from South America.

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Chia Seed Crops

  Our Argentine Farmers are busy getting prepared for the 2020 new crop of Chia Seed. We have started taking contracts for this years supply, and we can also still offer great prices on the 2019 Chia Crop if you have any current needs. Chia requires a tropical or sub-tropical climate. It can grow it […]

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New Teff Crop

Teff is a fine grain—about the size of a poppy seed—that comes in a variety of colors, from white to dark brown. The new crop is coming up, harvest is later this year due to rainy weather making it difficult to harvest. It’s history traces back thousands of years, to ancient civilizations of Abyssinia, as […]

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Agriculture News from Week 20

  New Zealand NZ invests in new varieties Related Articles N ew Zealand’s horticulture industry is set to receive NZ$38.5m (US$20m) from the country’s government to access imported plant varieties and breeding material. The funding, which will be spread over the next four years, was announced as part of the New Zealand government’s 2020 budget. […]

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Jasmine Rice Available

Jasmine rice is a variety of Oryza sativa, a long grain variety of rice that has a delicate floral aroma and a soft, sticky texture when cooked. Jasmine rice has a distinct fragrance reminiscent of pandan-leaves and popcorn, which is the result of natural aromatic compounds of the rice plant. It’s named after the jasmine […]

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Agriculture News from Week 19

  New Zealand There seems to be reasons to be optimistic about where agriculture is heading, says Guy Trafford. Except for a tone-deaf MPI. The next focus will be the election campaigns This week has certainly brought a bit more cheer into the world of agriculture. For large parts of the country rain has finally […]

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Conventional Black Beans

Initially cultivated in Central and South America over 7,000 years ago, dry beans are the most important food legume consumed in the world. Black Beans are produced in a variety of crop systems and environments in regions such as Latin America. The bulk of Argentina’s black bean crop is grown in the provinces such as […]

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Quinoa Available

Quinoa is an ancient grain – Known as the “Golden Grain of The Andes”, quinoa was the daily diet of Inca civilizations more than 5,000 years ago, with some evidence that it might have been cultivated even earlier than that. Quinoa is a type of cereal crop and is most widely used for its edible […]

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Agriculture News from Week 18

New Zealand Bicentennial of plough use marks 200 important years for New Zealand’s farming A humble anniversary marks what was likely the start of New Zealand’s $5.8 billion-a-month export earner. Sunday May 3 marks 200 years since the plough was first used in the country, turning the sod for New Zealand’s agriculture and horticulture industry. […]

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Organic Brown Rice

Organic Brown Rice is a good source of health-beneficial nutrients such as fiber, phytochemicals and essential minerals. Tradelink has been working with our supply chain for over 10 years now and we have always selected our brown rice from the finest crops. Brown rice possesses more health benefits than conventionally-grown brown rice, as all certified […]

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Mung Beans

The mung bean (Vigna radiata (L.) R. Wilczek) is a legume cultivated for its edible seeds and sprouts, it is related to adzuki and cowpea. Mung beans have been grown since ancient times and are still widely grown in South America. They do best on fertile sandy, loam soils with good internal drainage and grow […]

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Psyllium Available!

Psyllium is a form of fiber made from the husks of the Plantago ovata plant’s seeds. Psyllium is commonly used as a food ingredient in manufactured breakfast cereals and in gluten-free baking. It is also used as a food thickener, the ground psyllium seed husks bind moisture and help make the bread less crumbly. Psyllium […]

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Argentine Wheat Flour

Wheat flour is used as a raw material and is a key ingredient when manufacturing bread, pasta or cookies, it is obtained by grinding the whole grain of wheat. Agriculture is one of the bases in the economy of Argentina, this country is one of the world’s biggest exporters of wheat and wheat flour, with […]

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Conventional and Organic Rice

Selected from the finest crops in Argentina, Tradelink has a good volume of Conventional and Organic product right ready to ship! We have been working with our supply chain for over 10 years now, and can provide our customers with a clean, unstained product. The water, soil quality, and special weather conditions has produced an […]

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