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

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Mentioned in web this week 14/03/2016

News on organic grains, ancient grains, frozen fruit and other interesting updates from the food business world. General Mills To Double Organic Acreage Sourcing To Meet Growing Demand For Natural And Organic Foods General Mills announced released a statement that it plans to accelerate its commitment to more than double the organic acreage from which […]

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Innovation to survive: Chia vs Bread price at all year low

Bakeryandsnacks.com are reporting how the bread prices are at an all year low in the UK right now making it really tight for the bakery industry.  One commenter says “Bakery folks needs to take a page from Starbucks”, but I think they should look at Hovis Limited who have just released Chia bread – jumping […]

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Sharp turn in Argentina policies to gain competitiveness.

Argentina’s new President Mauricio Macri (Wikipidia page) has implemented major structural changes to the economy and farming polices to try and reposition Argentina back at the top of the most competitive nations for grains and foodstuffs. The farmers have suffered years of neglect, and at times, downright hostility by the previous regime so this is […]

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Quinoa growers adopting drone technology to fight pests

It’s great to see such new technology being used in conjunction with a crop that was was domesticated 3,000 to 4,000 years ago, solving a problem growers struggle with in quite a cost effective way. FreshFruitPortal.com | New nests on the horizon for hawk-shaped Spanish drones

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Quinoa Market Information: update from Peru

11 February 2016: Growers have been increasing their prices over the last 2 to 3 weeks due to the low expectations they have for the new crop, due in April/May. There have been severe droughts in two growing areas, Puno and Ayacucho, with losses of about 40% of the crop.  30% is damaged and will […]

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