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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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Agriculture News from Week 27

  New Zealand ‘Strong response’ helps reduce Covid-19 impact on farming – Rabobank Despite lingering Covid-19 worries, there’s been a rebound in farmer confidence, according to Rabobank’s latest quarterly rural confidence survey. While overall confidence remains deep in negative territory, the survey showed it was now sitting at -26 per cent this quarter, up from […]

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In the midst of a pandemic and with prospects of entering the “new normal” phase, the Argentine blueberry producers are already planning the conditions to face the 2020 harvest. To guarantee compliance with the measures imposed by the national government, producers are already preparing the 2020 harvest protocol together with specialists. Argentine blueberries are known […]

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Organic and Decorticated Chickpeas

Argentina’s pulse sector has been diversifying markets for the past few years, and is now one of the major producers and exporters of beans, ranking 5th worldwide and ranking 7th in the chickpea market. Its strengths lie in the recent higher-level technical and productive potential for agro-industrial and export development, as well as the diversification […]

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Agriculture News from Week 25

  New Zealand Primary sector exports tracking $1.7 billion higher A new report prepared by the Ministry for Primary Industries says despite the impacts of Covid-19, primary sector exports are expected to grow this year. The Economic Update for the Primary Industries report shows for the year-to-date primary industries export revenue is tracking 4.5 percent, […]

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Black Beans, an increasingly important crop for northern Argentina

The bean crop is very important for Argentina, unlike the main producing countries, allocates almost all of its production, approximately 90%, for export. Argentina has historically exported between 120 and 300 thousand tons of black beans each year! The production of legumes from Salta is the largest (70%) at a national level and the black […]

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2020/21 Wheat Campaign

Widely known as the most essential of all the food crops, wheat is the most grown crop across different parts of the world. In the current context of global economic uncertainty, wheat shows to be a positive option to face the new agricultural cycle. Wheat is considered the easiest crop to manage in terms of […]

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Agriculture News from Week 24

  New Zealand Angus Kebbell tracks the growth of agri-tourism and how it has helped rural communities rejuvenate. How will it adapt to closed or restricted borders? Over the past few weeks, we have been looking at farming post the Kaikoura Earthquake and how communities have rallied together and come out the other the end […]

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Conventional & Organic Rice

Conventional & Organic Rice                                                           With roots in New Zealand, TradeLink has been successfully fulfilling the bulk demand of the finest quality conventional and organic rice across the globe. Our range is processed in facilities with elevated levels of food safety, having BRC, GFSI, Kosher, Halal, Gluten-Free, andOrganic certificates. Each stage of the supply chain […]

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2020 New Crop Beans

Argentine bean producers, such as White/Black beans, chickpeas and peas, generally closed a good season, although frost has affected some of the crops. Around 300,000 tons of beans are produced -in their different varieties- about 130,000 tons of chickpeas, another 100,000 of peas and between 40,000 and 50,000 lentils , which are consumed in the […]

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Conventional Cassava Available!

Cassava flour is gaining worldwide recognition as an alternative for wheat flour and other gluten-based flours. The increase in the demand for processed food leads to the establishment of new food industries who are focusing on producing gluten-free products. We have been supplying Cassava for many years, direct from the Brazilian fields. Brazil is the […]

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Agriculture News from Week 23

  New Zealand Hawke’s Bay farmers enjoy two days of rain Much needed rainfall in Hawke’s Bay over the long weekend has left farmers feeling upbeat for the first time in months. Most parts of the region saw between between 30 millimetres and 60mm, with hill country and ranges receiving between 70mm and 150mm of […]

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Sesame Seed Available!

Over the years along with its increasing demand, production of sesame seed has become widely cultivated, being one of the most favoured crops to farmers for its resistance to withstand unfavourable weather conditions. We work directly with our farmers to ensure quality control and international food safety standards. Thanks to our “boots on the ground”, […]

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Organic Flours – A Complete Solution

With flour sales surging around the world, Tradelink continues to supply a wide range of consistent, high quality and high performing organic flours, available in bulk, and retail own brand packaging. Organic flours from Argentina, where the land has the richness of the soil, moderate climate, skilled farmers, and plenty of water resources. The organic […]

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Agriculture News from Week 22

  New Zealand Reopening of PGG Wrightson Seeds plant in Wairarapa ‘absolutely brilliant news’ The facility will process all seed types, including cereals, vegetables and pulses. Other seed companies will also be able to use the facilities, Williams said. “This is particularly exciting in a post-COVID-19 lockdown situation where the community is eager to see […]

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