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White Alubia Beans

alubia beans from Argentina

White Alubia Beans

White Alubia beans, (also known as White Kidney bean) is commonly grown in Argentina and can be used in all sorts of ways from the traditional baked bean through to lovely low fat dips, in its pureed form.

This slight off-white coloured bean has a creamy texture, and it has a nutty and mildly earthy flavour.

TradeLink International sources their beans from the northern regions of Argentina, mainly Salta, but also regions such as Cordoba and Tucuman.

Each order is tested regardless of whether the batch has already been tested and we look for moisture content to be below 18% as well as pesticides and heavy metals, all of which must comply with the legislation of the country of destination for it to pass our QA controls.

White Alubia Bean products available:

  • A grade Alubia Beans
  • Milling Grade Alubia Beans
  • Conventional and organic

Certifications & Documentation

Certifications:

NPOP & USDA-NOP Organic Certification

ISO 9001:2008 Certification

HACCP

Kosher / Halal Certified

Standard Documentation:

Certificate of Origin

Third party quality control certificate / inspection report

Shipping documents (Commercial Invoice, Bills of lading, Packing list)

Phytosanitary Certificate

Tariff Codes, Duties and Import Info

Import information for Alubia Beans

Commodity Code: 0713339000 (source)

07 Edible vegetables and certain roots and tubers
13 Dried leguminous vegetables, shelled, whether or not skinned or split
- Beans (Vigna spp., Phaseolus spp.)-Kidney beans, including white pea beans (Phaseolus vulgaris)-Other

Import Duties for Alubia Beans

Duties vary based on country of origin and importing country.

Argentina > EU/UK: 0 % (source)

Argentina > USA: 1.0¢/kg (source)

Customs in your country makes the final determination of what the correct rate of duty is for all products imported and you should consult a customs broker or professional to determine the up to date and applicable duties for this product in your country.

 

Packaging & Shipping

Alubia Bean Shipping Instructions

Packaging: The recommended packaging is polypropylene bags, 25kg/50lbs or bulk tote bags.

Labelling: TradeLink can provide this product with personalized labels.

Shipping: Sea freight dry container, lined with kraft paper or corrugated cardboard and use moisture control packs to absorb condensation during transit.

Quantity per container: 18/20 metric tonnes depending on destination and packaging.

Sample Product Specifications

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A Grade Alubia Beans from Argentina

Nutritional Values

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Navy Beans

navy beans from Argentina

Navy Beans

Argentina’s production of Navy Beans is modern and highly productive and the harvest happens off season to the production in USA, which makes Argentina a great option to stock this product while supplies in the US may be low.

Navy Beans aren’t navy coloured as you may think, but a whitish colour and is a popular candidate for baked beans. Its flavour is typical of the kidney bean family, slightly nutty with a mild earthiness taste.

TradeLink International sources their beans from the northern regions of Argentina, mainly Salta, but also regions such as Cordoba and Tucuman.
Each order is tested regardless of whether the batch has already been tested and we look for moisture content to be below 18% as well as pesticides and heavy metals, all of which must comply with the legislation of the country of destination for it to pass our QA controls.

Navy Bean products available:

  • A grade Navy Beans
  • Milling Grade Navy Beans
  • Conventional and organic

Certifications & Documentation

Certifications:

NPOP & USDA-NOP Organic Certification

ISO 9001:2008 Certification

HACCP

Kosher / Halal Certified

Standard Documentation:

Certificate of Origin

Third party quality control certificate / inspection report

Shipping documents (Commercial Invoice, Bills of lading, Packing list)

Phytosanitary Certificate

Tariff Codes, Duties and Import Info

Import information for Navy Beans

Commodity Code: 0713339000 (source)

07 Edible vegetables and certain roots and tubers
13 Dried leguminous vegetables, shelled, whether or not skinned or split
- Beans (Vigna spp., Phaseolus spp.)-Kidney beans, including white pea beans (Phaseolus vulgaris)-Other

Import Duties for Navy Beans

Duties vary based on country of origin and importing country.

Argentina > EU/UK: 0 % (source)

Argentina > USA: 1.0¢/kg (source)

Customs in your country makes the final determination of what the correct rate of duty is for all products imported and you should consult a customs broker or professional to determine the up to date and applicable duties for this product in your country.

 

Packaging & Shipping

Navy Bean Shipping Instructions

Packaging: The recommended packaging is polypropylene bags, 25kg/50lbs or bulk tote bags.

Labelling: TradeLink can provide this product with personalized labels.

Shipping: Sea freight dry container, lined with kraft paper or corrugated cardboard and use moisture control packs to absorb condensation during transit.

Quantity per container: 18/20 metric tonnes depending on destination and packaging.

Sample Product Specifications

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A Grade Navy Beans from Argentina

Nutritional Values

navy-beans-nutritional-values

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Black Beans

black beans from Argentina

Black Beans

Argentina exports 97% of their production of beans with a lot the countries production going to neighbouring Brazil. Estimates state total planted hectares between 380 and 400 thousand hectares of beans, with Black Bean being the most popular with farmers.

Black beans are relatively small and have a shiny black colour with a soft neutral flavour with a slight earthy flavour. They also have one of the best nutritional profiles amongst the beans, with good content of iron (5mg) and calcium (123mg), 0 cholesterol and low in fats (1.5g).

TradeLink International sources their beans from the northern regions of Argentina, mainly Salta, but also regions such as Tucuman and neighbouring regions.

Each order is tested regardless of whether the batch has already been tested and we look for moisture content to be below 18% as well as pesticides and heavy metals, all of which must comply with the legislation of the country of destination for it to pass our QA controls.

Black Bean products available:

  • A grade Black Beans
  • Milling Grade Black Beans
  • Mixed Beans
  • Conventional and organic

Certifications & Documentation

Certifications:

NPOP & USDA-NOP Organic Certification

ISO 9001:2008 Certification

HACCP

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Standard Documentation:

Certificate of Origin

Third party quality control certificate / inspection report

Shipping documents (Commercial Invoice, Bills of lading, Packing list)

Phytosanitary Certificate

Tariff Codes, Duties and Import Info

Import information for Black Beans

Commodity Code: 0713339000 (source)

07 Edible vegetables and certain roots and tubers
13 Dried leguminous vegetables, shelled, whether or not skinned or split
- Beans (Vigna spp., Phaseolus spp.)-Kidney beans, including white pea beans (Phaseolus vulgaris)-Other

Import Duties for Black Beans

Duties vary based on country of origin and importing country.

Argentina > EU/UK: 0 % (source)

Argentina > USA: 1.0¢/kg (source)

Customs in your country makes the final determination of what the correct rate of duty is for all products imported and you should consult a customs broker or professional to determine the up to date and applicable duties for this product in your country.

 

Packaging & Shipping

Black Bean Shipping Instructions

Packaging: The recommended packaging is polypropylene bags, 25kg/50lbs or bulk tote bags.

Labelling: TradeLink can provide this product with personalized labels.

Shipping: Sea freight dry container, lined with kraft paper or corrugated cardboard and use moisture control packs to absorb condensation during transit.

Quantity per container: 18/20 metric tonnes depending on destination and packaging.

Sample Product Specifications

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A Grade Black Beans from Argentina

Nutritional Values

black-beans-nutritional-values

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Mung Beans

mung beans from Argentina

Mung Beans

Not a mayor crop for Argentina, but with a modest 5000 hectares of mungs planted per year, Argentina provides good quality alternative supply for markets around the world, especially while supply from other regions, such as Pakistan and India, are off season or short of supply.

Mung Beans can eating sprouted or cooked.  The taste a little like lentils, with a well-rounded, hearty and wholesome taste which is also fairly neutral and will take on flavours from what other ingredients cooked with it.

TradeLink International sources their beans from the northern regions of Argentina, mainly Salta, but also regions such as Tucuman and neighbouring regions and sometimes from Bolivia as well.

Each order is tested regardless of whether the batch has already been tested and we look for moisture content and impurities as well as pesticides and heavy metals, all of which must comply with the legislation of the country of destination for it to pass our QA controls.

 

Mung Bean products available:

  • A grade Mung Beans
  • Milling Grade Mung Beans
  • Conventional and organic

Certifications & Documentation

Certifications:

NPOP & USDA-NOP Organic Certification

ISO 9001:2008 Certification

HACCP

Kosher / Halal Certified

Standard Documentation:

Certificate of Origin

Third party quality control certificate / inspection report

Shipping documents (Commercial Invoice, Bills of lading, Packing list)

Phytosanitary Certificate

Tariff Codes, Duties and Import Info

Import information for Mung Beans

Commodity Code: 07133310000 (source)

07 Edible vegetables and certain roots and tubers
13 Dried leguminous vegetables, shelled, whether or not skinned or split
- - Beans (Vigna spp., Phaseolus spp.)- Beans of the species Vigna mungo (L.) Hepper or Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek

Import Duties for Mung Beans

Duties vary based on country of origin and importing country.

Argentina > EU/UK: 0 % (source)

Argentina > USA: 0.3¢/kg or free based on date of import (source)

Customs in your country makes the final determination of what the correct rate of duty is for all products imported and you should consult a customs broker or professional to determine the up to date and applicable duties for this product in your country.

 

Packaging & Shipping

Mung Bean Shipping Instructions

Packaging: The recommended packaging is polypropylene bags, 25kg/50lbs or bulk tote bags.

Labelling: TradeLink can provide this product with personalized labels.

Shipping: Sea freight dry container, lined with kraft paper or corrugated cardboard and use moisture control packs to absorb condensation during transit.

Quantity per container: 18/20 metric tonnes depending on destination and packaging.

Sample Product Specifications

TradeLink specializes in supplying product to your specifications.  Use our quote request tool at the bottom of this page to submit your particular requirements.

A Grade Mung Beans from Argentina

Nutritional Values

mung-beans-nutritional-values

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Chia Seed

Chia Seed

Chia is an annual herb plant growing up to 1m tall.  It has attractive purple or white flowers. The flowers spike up to 10cm long, set on terminal stems, and fill out to a seed head (that is similar in appearance to a wheat seed head) with pin-head sized, brown, shiny chia seeds. Plants adapt to a wide range of soils, climates and minimal rainfall.

Chia seeds are typically small ovals with a diameter of about 1mm (0.039in). They are mottle-colored with brown, gray, black and white.

Its health benefits are well documented. The seeds contain one of the highest known sources of Essential Fatty Acids (EFA), as linolenic acid (LNA) 30-60%, and linoleic acid (LA) 30%. EFAs are the highest source of energy in nutrition and govern many life processes in the body. The mucilaginous properties of the seeds have a swelling action, similar to guar or psyllium as a bulking agent and fibre source. Chia has a calcium content 5 times that of milk.

Chia seed products available:

  • White Chia Seed
  • Black Chia Seed
  • Milled Chia Seed
  • Chia Seed flour
  • De-fatted Chia Seed flour
  • Chia Seed Oil
  • Conventional and organic

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Chia Seed Flour

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Chia Seed Oil

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Certifications & Documentation

Certifications:

NPOP & USDA-NOP Organic Certification

ISO 9001:2008 Certification

HACCP

Kosher / Halal Certified

Standard Documentation:

Certificate of Origin

Third party quality control certificate / inspection report

Shipping documents (Commercial Invoice, Bills of lading, Packing list)

Phytosanitary Certificate

Tariff Codes, Duties and Import Info

Import information for Chia Seed

Commodity Code: 1207992090 (source)

12 Oil seeds and oleaginous fruits; miscellaneous grains, seeds and fruit; industrial or medicinal plants; straw and fodder
07 Other oil seeds and oleaginous fruits, whether or not broken
99.2090 Seeds, Other

Import Duties for Chia Seed

Duties vary based on country of origin and importing country.

Paraguary > EU/UK: 0.00% (source)
Argentina > EU/UK: 0.00% (source)

Paraguay > USA: Duty Free (source)
Argentina > USA: Duty Free (source)

Customs in your country makes the final determination of what the correct rate of duty is for all products imported and you should consult a customs broker or professional to determine the up to date and applicable duties for this product in your country.

 

Packaging & Shipping

Chia Seed Shipping Instructions

Risks: Chia has a high risk of damage from humidity during shipping.

Packaging: The recommended packaging is multiwall paper bags, 25kg/50lbs.

Labelling: TradeLink can provide this product with personalized labels.

Shipping: Sea freight dry container, lined with kraft paper or corrugated cardboard and use moisture control packs to absorb condensation during transit.

Quantity per container:

  • 20 metric tonnes (not palletised) in 20ft container
  • 20 metric tonnes palletised in 40ft high cube (40 25kg bags per pallet, 20 pallets)

 

Sample Product Specifications

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Country of Origin: Mainly Paraguay & Argentina

Appearance: Round, small dark, black, dark brown seeds approx 1.5mm -2.0mm round.

Taste: Typical of Chia, fresh, no off flavours.

Texture: Hard

Colour: Overall appearance is black

Packaging: 25kg multi ply paper sacks labelled with Packer, Product Description, Net weight, Organic
Certification Details and Lot Number

Typical Analysis:
Purity 99.9%
Damaged  <0.3%
Off-colour <0.1%
Insect infestation, part of insects Nil

Microbiological Standards:
Moisture 4g/100g sample

E.coli <10
Salmonella spp absent in 25g
Yeasts <1000
Moulds <2000
Listeria absent in 25g

Nutritional Information (per 100g):
Energy, 574kj
Protein 18-20g
Carbohydrates 12g per serving
Total Oils 25-26%
Omega 3 oils 17.5% of total oils above.
Fibre 34-36g

Metal Detection: 1.0mm Ferrous, 1.0mm Non Ferrous & 1.5mm Stainless Steel
Shelf Life: 12 months from date of delivery, stored in air cooled, brick built warehouse with appropriate vermin controls in place.

Quality: This product shall be free from live infestation, and evidence of infestation by rodents or birds. It shall not contain pathogens at levels injurious to human health, and will comply with the requirements of the Food Safety Act 1990, and all pertinent regulations made thereunder.

Specifications for Chia Seed Oil and Chia Seed Flour

Nutritional Facts Label for Chia Seed

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Quinoa

Quinoa

Currently, Quinoa (kee-nwa) is mostly produced in Peru and Bolivia, but new regions are increasing their production, such as Ecuador, Argentina, Canada, the EU and also Australia, and experiments are also being conducted in regions such as India, where there would be a huge benefit to people in need there due to the nutritional content of the Quinoa.

Quinoa is truly an ancient grain – it is thought that the inhabitants of the Andean regions began to consume it as many as 4000 years ago, with some evidence that it might have been cultivated even earlier than that – maybe even 7000 years ago.

Quinoa flour is usually used in gluten free baking, where it’s high protein content helps substitute the protein usually found in gluten – it helps bulk out and give shape and rise to bread and other baked goods.

It is Gluten Free and high in proteins.

Quinoa products available:

  • White Quinoa
  • Red Quinoa
  • Black Quinoa
  • Tri-colour Quinoa
  • Quinoa flour
  • Quinoa Flakes
  • Conventional and organic
  • Processed Quinoa such as pre-cooked, pasta, etc.

White Quinoa

bulk white quinoa from peru

Red Quinoa

bulk red quinoa from peru

Black Quinoa

bulk black quinoa from peru

Certifications & Documentation

Certifications:

NPOP & USDA-NOP Organic Certification

ISO 9001:2008 Certification

HACCP

Kosher / Halal Certified

Standard Documentation:

Certificate of Origin

Third party quality control certificate / inspection report

Shipping documents (Commercial Invoice, Bills of lading, Packing list)

Phytosanitary Certificate

Tariff Codes, Duties and Import Info

Import information for Quinoa

Commodity Code: 1008500000 (source)

10 Cereals
08 Buckwheat, millet and canary seed; other cereals
500000 Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa)

Import Duties for Quinoa

Duties vary based on country of origin and importing country.

Peru > EU/UK: 37.00 EUR / 1000 kg (source)
Bolivia > EU/UK: 37.00 EUR / 1000 kg (source)

Peru > USA: Duty Free (source)
Bolivia > USA: 1.1% (source)

Customs in your country makes the final determination of what the correct rate of duty is for all products imported and you should consult a customs broker or professional to determine the up to date and applicable duties for this product in your country.

 

Packaging & Shipping

Quinoa Shipping Instructions

Risks: Quinoa has a high risk of damage from humidity during shipping.

Packaging: The recommended packaging is multiwall paper bags, 25kg/50lbs.

Labelling: TradeLink can provide this product with personalized labels.

Shipping: 20ft sea freight dry container, lined with kraft paper or corrugated cardboard and use moisture control packs to absorb condensation during transit.

Quantity per container: 20 metric tonnes (not palletised).

Sample Product Specifications

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Country of Origin: Mainly Peru & Bolivia

Appearance: Quinoa is a small white grain about the size of millet, but flattened with an oval point.

Taste: Characteristic of quinoa with a light delicate nutty taste.

Texture: Hard

Colour: Cream to white

Packaging: 25kg multi ply paper sacks labelled with Packer, Product Description, Net weight, Organic
Certification Details and Lot Number

Typical Analysis:
Purity 99.9%
Minerals or vegetable matter 0.01%
Insect infestation, part of insects Nil

Microbiological Standards:
Moisture 13%max

E.coli <Absent in 10g
Salmonella spp absent in 25g
Yeasts & Moulds 5000 cfu/g max
Total coliforms 1000cfu/g max
TVC 250 000cfu/g max

Nutritional Information (per 100g):
Energy, 1505kj (356cal)
Protein 13.7g
Fat 7.1g
Of which saturates 0.96g
Carbohydrate 64.3g
Of which sugars 3.5g
Sodium Trace
Fibre (Englyst) 13g

Metal Detection: 1.0mm Ferrous, 1.0mm Non Ferrous & 1.5mm Stainless Steel
Shelf Life: 24 months from date of delivery, stored in air cooled, brick built warehouse with appropriate vermin controls in place.

Quality: This product shall be free from live infestation, and evidence of infestation by rodents or birds. It shall not contain pathogens at levels injurious to human health, and will comply with the requirements of the Food Safety Act 1990, and all pertinent regulations made thereunder.

Nutrition Facts for Quinoa

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Tapioca Starch

tapioca starch

Tapioca Starch

The organic tapioca is one of the most cost effective ingredients in organic baking.   It is also very verastile, being bland and having no flavour of it’s own, it easily takes up the flavours of other ingredients.

It is also smooth, helping reduce the ‘grittiness’ in gluten free breads and cakes.

Tapioca is a very versatile product, used in the bakery industry, for binding, thickening and to add body.

It is also used in cheese making, small goods manufacturing, ice-cream, etc apart from the well known forms of grandma’s sago puddings, or the more modern forms of bubble tea (with tapioca pearls).

Tapioca products available:

  • Tapioca Starch
  • Conventional and organic

Certifications & Documentation

Certifications:

NPOP & USDA-NOP Organic Certification

ISO 9001:2008 Certification

HACCP

Kosher / Halal Certified

Standard Documentation:

Certificate of Origin

Third party quality control certificate / inspection report

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Tariff Codes, Duties and Import Info

Import information for Tapioca Starch

Commodity Code: 1903000090 (source)

19 Preparations of cereals, flour, starch or milk; pastrycooks' products
03 Tapioca and substitutes therefor prepared from starch, in the form of flakes, grains, pearls, siftings or similar forms
000090 Other

Import Duties for Tapioca

Duties vary based on country of origin and importing country.

Vietnam > EU/UK: 2.90 % + 15.10 EUR / 100 kg (source)
Thailand > EU/UK: 6.40 % + 15.10 EUR / 100 kg (source)

Vietnam > USA: Duty Free (source)
Thailand > USA: Duty Free (source)

Customs in your country makes the final determination of what the correct rate of duty is for all products imported and you should consult a customs broker or professional to determine the up to date and applicable duties for this product in your country.

 

Packaging & Shipping

Tapioca Shipping Instructions

Packaging: The recommended packaging is multiwall paper bags, 25kg/50lbs.

Labelling: TradeLink can provide this product with personalized labels.

Shipping: Sea freight dry container, lined with kraft paper or corrugated cardboard and use moisture control packs to absorb condensation during transit.

Quantity per container: 19 metric tonnes (not palletised).

Sample Product Specifications

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Country of Origin: Mainly Vietnam & Thailand

Appearance: White Powder, foreign matter free.

Taste: Neutral flavour and odour

Texture: Fine powder

Colour: White

Packaging: 25kg multi ply paper sacks labelled with Packer, Product Description, Net weight, Organic
Certification Details and Lot Number

Typical Analysis:
Starch Content 85% min
Insect infestation, part of insects Nil

Microbiological Standards:
Moisture 13%max

Total Viable Count 30.000/g max
Yeast and Mould 500/g max
Coliform Bacteria 10/g max
Bacillus Cereus 500/g max

Other:
Starch Content 85% min
Moisture 13% max
Whiteness 93% min
pH 4.0 - 7.0
Ash 0.2% max
Acid Factor 3.5 max
SO2 (ppm) 30 max
Viscosity 700 BU min
Gluten Level <20ppm

Metal Detection: 1.0mm Ferrous, 1.0mm Non Ferrous & 1.5mm Stainless Steel
Shelf Life: 12 months from production date, stored in air cooled, brick built warehouse with appropriate vermin controls in place.

Quality: This product shall be free from live infestation, and evidence of infestation by rodents or birds. It shall not contain pathogens at levels injurious to human health, and will comply with the requirements of the Food Safety Act 1990, and all pertinent regulations made thereunder.

Nutritional Values

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Kaniwa (Qañiwa)

Kaniwa (Qañiwa)

Kaniwa is closely related to Quinoa (sometimes called baby Quinoa), and has a similar sweet nutty flavor, but does not contain the bitter saponins found on Quinoa.

Its uses in the industry are similar to that of Quinoa, and once cooked, Kaniwa has a delightful crunch, which makes it a unique alternative to fluffy Quinoa.

Kaniwa is an an indigenous pseudocereal food grown high in the Andes mountain range and has a high level of protein as well as a good balance of amino acids.

Kaniwa products available:

  • Conventional and organic

Certifications & Documentation

Certifications:

NPOP & USDA-NOP Organic Certification

ISO 9001:2008 Certification

HACCP

Kosher / Halal Certified

Standard Documentation:

Certificate of Origin

Third party quality control certificate / inspection report

Shipping documents (Commercial Invoice, Bills of lading, Packing list)

Phytosanitary Certificate

Tariff Codes, Duties and Import Info

Import information for Kaniwa

Commodity Code: 1008900000 (source)

10 Cereals
08 Buckwheat, millet and canary seed; other cereals
900000 Other Cereals

Import Duties for Kaniwa

Duties vary based on country of origin and importing country.

Peru > EU/UK: Duty free (source)
Bolivia > EU/UK: 37.00 EUR / 1000 kg (source)

Peru > USA: Duty Free (source)
Bolivia > USA: Duty Free (source)

Customs in your country makes the final determination of what the correct rate of duty is for all products imported and you should consult a customs broker or professional to determine the up to date and applicable duties for this product in your country.

 

Packaging & Shipping

Kaniwa Shipping Instructions

Risks: Kaniwa has a high risk of damage from humidity during shipping.

Packaging: The recommended packaging is multiwall paper bags, 25kg/50lbs.

Labelling: TradeLink can provide this product with personalized labels.

Shipping: 20ft sea freight dry container, lined with kraft paper or corrugated cardboard and use moisture control packs to absorb condensation during transit.

Quantity per container: 20 metric tonnes (not palletised).

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Country of Origin: Mainly Peru

Type: Kaniwa (Cheponodium pallidicaule)

Taste: Typical of product: full flavor, no off taste

Texture: Hard

Colour: Red/Black

Packaging: 25kg multi ply paper sacks labelled with Packer, Product Description, Net weight, Organic
Certification Details and Lot Number

Typical Analysis:
Purity 99.75%
Minerals or vegetable matter 0.25%
Insect infestation, part of insects Nil

Microbiological Standards:
Moisture 12%max

TVC 500000cfu/g max
Total coliforms 2000 cfu/g max
E.coli ≤10 cfu/g
Salmonella spp. Absent in 25g
Yeasts & Moulds 5000 cfu/g max

Nutritional Information (per 100g):
Energy 350,69 Kcal
Protein 15g/100g
Fat, total 7g/100g
Carbohydrate total 68.94g/100g
Dietary Fibre 8.42/100g
Sodium trace

Metal Detection: 1.0mm Ferrous, 1.0mm Non Ferrous & 1.5mm Stainless Steel
Shelf Life: 24 months from date of delivery, stored in air cooled, brick built warehouse with appropriate vermin controls in place.

Quality: This product shall be free from live infestation, and evidence of infestation by rodents or birds. It shall not contain pathogens at levels injurious to human health, and will comply with the requirements of the Food Safety Act 1990, and all pertinent regulations made thereunder.

Nutritional Profile for Kaniwa

The nutritional values provided here are correct to our best knowledge although there is a lack of any reliable studies on the true nutritional values in Kaniwa.  We have created this label using different sources and the information here must not be used for labelling or making any claims on your product.

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Puffed Ancient Grains

Puffed Ancient Grains

(Puffed Grains, Grain Puffs or Popped Grain)

Puffed grains are popular additions to breakfast cereals, muesli bars, rice cakes, yoghurt toppings, baking and confectionary.

In basic terms, puffed grain are processed in a similar way to popcorn, the grain is heated until it expands.  More technically, the process requires high pressure and heat, and the expansion takes place when moisture in the grain warms up to a point where it flashes, “popping” the grain or seed, increasing its size and giving it a porous and roasted grain appearance.

Puffed ancient grains, especially Quinoa, have an impressive nutrient profile, with high protein, vitamin B, fiber and mineral content, which are not lost through the puffing process, making these grains an easy way to incorporate these nutritional qualities into many different food products.

TradeLink sources their ancient grains direct from South America and use a South American or European based factory to process the puffed grains, depending on the specification and quality certifications required by the customer.

Puffed Grains available:

  • Puffed Brown Rice
  • Puffet Millet
  • Puffed Amaranth
  • Puffed Brown Rice
  • Puffed Buckwheat
  • Puffed Corn
  • Puffed Gluten Free Mix
  • Puffed Millet
  • Puffed Quinoa
  • Puffed Red Quinoa
  • Honey Coated Puffed Grains

White Popped Quinoa

White Popped Quinoa

Red Popped Quinoa

Red Popped Quinoa

Extruded Quinoa

Extruded Quinoa

Certifications & Documentation

Certifications:

BRC

GLUTEN FREE

ORGANIC

KOSHER

SEDEX

Standard Documentation:

Certificate of Origin

Third party quality control certificate / inspection report

Shipping documents (Commercial Invoice, Bills of lading, Packing list)

Phytosanitary Certificate

Tariff Codes, Duties and Import Info

Import information for Puffed Grains

This information depends on the specific grain.

Customs in your country makes the final determination of what the correct rate of duty is for all products imported and you should consult a customs broker or professional to determine the up to date and applicable duties for this product in your country.

Packaging & Shipping

Puffed Ancient Grain Shipping Instructions

Risks: Puffed ancient grain has a high risk of damage from humidity during shipping.

Packaging: The recommended packaging is multiwall paper bags, 5 to 10kg / 11 to 22lbs

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Shipping: Sea freight dry container, lined with kraft paper or corrugated cardboard and use moisture control packs to absorb condensation during transit.

Quantity per container:

  • 2 to 4 metric tonnes (palletised) in 20ft container, depending on the product.

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Chickpeas

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Chickpeas

Argentina is a major producer of chickpeas (mainly the kabuli type) with an estimated 80000 hectares planted in 2016, providing an excellent alternative to other global production areas affected by weather conditions.
Argentina also has the second largest organic growing surface in the world which makes us an excellent option for organic chickpeas as well as conventional.

Chickpeas (or Garbanzos as they’re also known) are rich in protein (20g/100g), dietary fibre (12g/100g) and folate (557µg/100g) and also several minerals.

Chickpeas are sold to the consumer dry or tinned and in the industry can be used as a flour for manufacturing products like pasta and baked snacks or used whole in ready means, soups and salads. They are also often sold whole, dry, with coatings of different types, both sweet and savoury.

Chickpea products available:

  • A Grade Chickpeas
  • Split Chickpeas
  • Conventional and organic

A Grade Chickpeas

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Split Chickpeas

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Certifications & Documentation

Certifications:

NPOP & USDA-NOP Organic Certification

ISO 9001:2008 Certification

HACCP

Kosher / Halal Certified

Standard Documentation:

Certificate of Origin

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Tariff Codes, Duties and Import Info

Import information for Chickpeas

Commodity Code: 0713200000 (source)

07 Edible vegetables and certain roots and tubers
13 Dried leguminous vegetables, shelled, whether or not skinned or split
- Chickpeas (garbanzos)

Import Duties for Chickpeas

Duties vary based on country of origin and importing country.

Argentina > EU/UK: 0 % (source)

Argentina > USA: 1.4¢/kg (source)

Customs in your country makes the final determination of what the correct rate of duty is for all products imported and you should consult a customs broker or professional to determine the up to date and applicable duties for this product in your country.

 

Packaging & Shipping

Chickpea Shipping Instructions

Packaging: The recommended packaging is polypropylene bags, 25kg/50lbs.

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Shipping: Sea freight dry container, lined with kraft paper or corrugated cardboard and use moisture control packs to absorb condensation during transit.

Quantity per container: 18 metric tonnes

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A Grade Chickpeas from Argentina

Split Chickpeas from Argentina

Quality: This product shall be free from live infestation, and evidence of infestation by rodents or birds. It shall not contain pathogens at levels injurious to human health, and will comply with the requirements of the Food Safety Act 1990, and all pertinent regulations made thereunder.

Nutritional Values

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Source: usda.gov

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