MSG, synthetic preservatives and artificial flavours.
Did you know?
The majority of seaweed we eat, is derived from global supply chains that source it from potentially contaminated Asian waters. Knowing where your seaweed comes from is like knowing if your fruit is sprayed with pesticides or not. And because seaweed is a vital part of the oceans’ ecosystem, sourcing it responsibly is an important act of sustainability.
Sourced in Korea.
Meet Ceres Organics. What began as New Zealand’s first urban organic vegetable co-op is now a one-stop-shop for natural cooking and snacking essentials. Expect a dynamic range of pasta, canned goods, rice crackers and flours, all ethically produced with organic or biodynamic methods in mind. But Ceres Organics’ goodness goes far beyond the food. They’ve proudly created an ecologically and socially responsible distribution chain. Tick. They regularly contribute to the well-being of over 2000 children and their families in Peru. Tick. And they are the first New Zealand company to become EcoSocial certified for their commitment to organic fair trade. Tick, tick, tick.