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Organic Chickpea Flour Update

The chickpea flour market tops the cooking and baking industry. The increasing demand for chickpea flour is based on its high nutritional value, it is known as an excellent source of protein and fiber, as well as being cholesterol-free. It contains vitamins and minerals such as folate, manganese, amino acids, complex carbohydrates, and proteins. Chickpeas […]

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Agriculture news from week 2, 2021

New Zeland Farmers must act now to cut methane, environmentalist warns Kiwi farmers need to start pulling their weight if there’s any hope of preventing catastrophic flooding in coastal cities, a veteran environmentalist has warned. The founder of the Ecologic Foundation, Guy Salmon, said urgent action was needed to try to stop Antarctica’s “doomsday glacier” […]

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Organic Sesame Seed from Paraguay

Our organic natural sesame seeds are grown in the rich, fertile soil from some of Paraguay’s purest lands, and are processed in our certified BRC facilities. The Paraguayan quality has gained confidence in the international markets, in fact today this product is considered premium in Japan. The Japanese market buys 70% of domestic production and the rest is aimed […]

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Cacao Powder Market

Cacao powder is harvested from a large pod of cacao fruit containing around 60 beans in a pulp. The process continues when the beans are dried, fermented, crushed, fat removal, and grounded into a fine powder. The powder does not consist of any sugar, milk, or fats.  The process may proceed further to sweetening or […]

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Agriculture news from week 1, 2021

New Zeland NZ-grown papaya tested as possible dengue treatment New Zealand-grown papaya is being studied to find out if an extract from its leaves could be an effective treatment for dengue fever. The first extracts from the leaves of the fruit grown at a Northland research orchard are now part of a clinical study at […]

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Market Update on Lentils

Lentils are legumes under the families of beans, peanuts, chickpeas, and soybeans. It has been used for years in cooking throughout Asia, Europe, and North Africa like bakery, breading, snacks, beverages, and meat. Lentils are categorized into green, yellow, red, brown, and black. Lentils are high in fiber and protein, which are a great source […]

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Agriculture news from week 52

New Zeland New Zealand’s climate change-resistant apple proving successful in Europe  A variety of New Zealand apple bred to be resistant to climate change is proving a success in European countries like Italy, Spain and France, fruit and vegetable producer T&G Global says. The variety, called HOT841A, can be grown in a range of geographies […]

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KNOWING YOUR STARCHES

What is starch? Starch is more than simply a type of carbohydrate used to make functional ingredients – it is actually a common carbohydrate in the human diet.  This is because starch is naturally present in many of those things we eat every day such as cereals, vegetables, pasta, bread, rice, beans and potatoes. Tapioca […]

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Our Message to You!

It’s been fantastic working with you during 2020 and we hope we can continue doing business together in the forthcoming year. In the meantime, we wish you a very Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year.

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The Struggling Coconut Market

Coconut has been a cash crop for decades and, even with stiff competition from other vegetable oils, it promises to continue to be a profitable venture in the future. In the United States and Europe, coconut-based products are booming in popularity. Coconut powder, coconut oil, coconut cream, coconut water, and activated coconut-shell charcoal have all […]

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Ancient Grains Nutrition Facts

Ancient grains are a group of grains and pseudocereals (seeds that are consumed like grains) that have remained mostly unchanged for thousands of years. They’re dietary staples in many parts of the world, such as China, India, Africa, and the Middle East. Today, ancient grains are becoming more popular in Western countries. That’s because they […]

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Organic Raisins Market Overview

Raisins are produced in various regions across the world and are consumed raw or used in baking, cooking, and brewing. The global raisins market was valued at US$ 2,216. 70 million in 2019 and is projected to reach US$ 3,191. 36 million by 2027; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4. 7% from […]

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PSYLLIUM HUSK

Market Overview This year’s situation with Psyllium has been diverse, with some regions sold out until April 2021. Up until then, prices are predicted to keep increasing. The psyllium market is geographically segmented into North America, the Middle East and Africa, Europe, Asia Pacific excluding Japan (APEJ), North America, Latin America, and Japan. APEJ may […]

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Global Market Review on Organic Cacao Nibs and Cacao Powder

The production process of cacao products has been a hit in recent years, especially in the European and North American markets. The rise in consumption is due to the health benefits associated with both cacao nibs and powder. Health experts and the general public alike has recently made some exploration and analysis on the medicinal, […]

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Overview on Blueberry Market December 2020

During the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, the food supply chain has been called upon to preserve access to a safe supply of healthy foods and beverages. During this challenging time, blueberry growers, packers and marketers are investing resources to supply fresh and frozen blueberries around the globe. The pandemic has placed unparalleled strain and […]

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