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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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Recent Blog Posts

New Order Updates!
New Order Updates!
With international trade, from the time you place your order until the time the product enters your warehouse several weeks can pass, with shipping times along being at least 4 weeks. To help our...
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News and quick updates

Chia projections for 2017

The consensus is that the chia market will continue to grow steadily through 2017 in terms of volume, with slightly more demand than supply.  Prices, especially the European standard product, saw sharp increases in 2016, and we expect the price to climb slightly in 2017, although no one foresees any abrupt increases. The peak for […]

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Argentine Chickpea Update

It has been a bad year for chickpeas in many regions around the world but fortunately for Argentina the crop has been very good, and there is much pressure on the supply from this country due to shortages in other regions. Harvesting has already started and continues through this month. For organic production, once the […]

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November 2016 Monthly Food Update email

If you didn’t receive our update by email, click here to read this months newsletter, including photos of a Chia factory tour in Argentina, an update on South American organic Blueberries, a quote from the inspirational Winston Churchill, plus more.

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A tour through a Chia processing plant

A tour through a Chia processing plant After visiting yet another Chia processing plant here in Argentina, we realized not everyone would be familiar with the process of cleaning and packing Chia.

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QA & Shipping Chia from Argentina

Setting the standard for shipping Chia TradeLink International is active in preventative measures to avoid any type of event which may cause quality issues or a delay in the customers supply chain. Measures in place before a shipment include fluid communications with growers in their own language (usually Spanish) to ensure our requirements are fully […]

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How much Omega-3 do Chia seeds have?

How much Omega-3 do Chia seeds have? Chia seeds have nearly 18g of Omega-3 fatty acids per 100g, of the α-linolenic acid (ALA) type. Different Types of Omega-3 There are three types of Omega-3 fatty acids: α-linolenic acid (ALA) The ALA omega-3 fatty acid is found in seeds, such as Chia seeds, as well as […]

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August 2016 Monthly Food Update email

If you didn’t receive our update by email, click here to read this months newsletter, including information on Chia from Argentina, an update on South American frozen fruit, a quote inspired by ketchup, plus much more. <p style=”text-align: center;”></p>

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Raspberry Harvest Update Bulgaria

Raspberry Harvest Update Bulgaria – June 2016 The season in Bulgaria for Raspberries is well underway now, with the Meeca variety harvest completed and work starting on the Heritage and Lulin varieties. Raspberry Crop – Bulgaria June 2016   TradeLink has been stressing the importance of protecting the organic crops from spray contamination from conventional […]

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Blueberry Harvest Update Argentina

Blueberry Harvest Update Argentina – July 2016 The blueberry bushes are in full bloom now showing signs of an excellent crop ahead of us. These high bush cultivated blueberries will be harvested for freezing in September this year. The varieties we inspected in the Tucuman province of Argentina include Misty, Star, Jewel, Blue Crisp and […]

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