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Origin:Turmeric, also known as turmeric, is a herbaceous plant of the ginger family (Zingiberaceae), originating in Asia. A homonymous spice is obtained from it, which is the main component of curry seasoning.

Way of use:Powdered saffron can be consumed as a condiment and also as a coloring agent. Your palate is dominant so manage the amount so as not to overshadow other ingredients.

 Learn more about Earth Saffron.HERE

 Pollen (from the Greek "pales" = "flour" or "dust") is the set of tiny grains produced by angiosperm flowers. It is the bee's main protein source, nectar is the source of carbohydrates and pollen is the source of proteins, minerals and lipids.

Instructions for use: It can be consumed with fruits, vitamins, granolas and yogurts because its flavor is a little sweet. 

Find out more about Polén Dehydrated HERE

Origin: Annatto is the fruit of the annatto tree (Bixa orellana), native to tropical America. Its fruits are capsules armed with malleable thorns, which turn red when ripe. Then they open and reveal small seeds arranged in series.

Instructions for use: Powdered annatto can be consumed as a condiment and also as a coloring agent. It is appreciated for the almost absence of flavor and for not having the harmful effects of artificial colors. 

Learn more about Urucum HERE

Origin:Honey is a food, usually found in a viscous and sugary liquid state, which is produced by bees from the nectar collected from flowers and processed by the digestive enzymes of these insects. Its color and flavor are directly related to the predominance of flowering used for its production. Light colored honeys have a milder flavor and aroma, however, dark colored honeys are more nutritious, rich in proteins and mineral salts.

Instructions for use: Bee honey can be used as a natural sweetener, pure (in natura), in fruits, juices, breads and teas.  

Learn more about Mel  of Bees HERE






Brown sugar


Cassava flour

Origin:Cassava, manioc or manioc is the name by which the edible and most widely spread species of the genus Manihot, composed of several varieties of edible roots, is known, a food native to South America. The tuberous root of cassava is consumed in the form of flour, from which cassava and tapioca flour is made.

Way of use:Cassava flour can be sprinkled with any type of meal, it can be thin or slightly thicker depending on the region,  used in the preparation of pirão, farofa, cakes, breads and typical dishes such as tropeiro fair and bean tutu. 

Learn more about Cassava Flour  HERE

Origin: Brown sugar is obtained from sugarcane juice, a species of tall perennial grasses of the genus Saccharum, native to the tropical regions of South Asia and Melanesia. is due to the presence of molasses, considered an unrefined soft sugar with a very marked sugarcane molasses flavor.

Way of use: Brown sugar can be used to sweeten any food or recipe where white sugar is normally used. It is even common for brown sugar to be part of the composition of cereal bars. 

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Origin: The baruzeiro (Dipteryx alata) is a tree from the leguminous family, native to the vegetation of the Brazilian cerrado and the transition zones from the Atlantic Forest to the cerrado. It is threatened with extinction due to the destruction of its native biome occupied by agricultural expansion and cutting due to its excellent wood. The fruit (baru) is a woody, brown vegetable with a single edible kernel, which ripens from September to October. Wild animals and cattle consume the aromatic pulp of the fruit, as well as humans, in natura or as jelly.

Way of use: Baru nuts have a pleasant, less pronounced flavor than peanuts, and can be eaten roasted as an aperitif, in recipes for the production of cereal bars, cakes, cookies, pesto, among others.  

Learn more about Castanha de Baru HERE

The frozen fruit pulps are 100% Natural, contain no preservatives or sugar. It is a natural product obtained from the edible parts of the fleshy, ripe and fresh fruit, which are delivered by cooperative producers and agroextractivists.

Ideal for preparing natural juices, sweets, ice cream, desserts, smoothies, and various recipes.

Available Flavors:

passion fruit pulp

Pulp  of mango

Pulp  of Acerola

Pulp  cashew

Pulp  of guava

Pulp  of pineapple

Pulp  from umbu

Pulp  Coquinho Azedo

tamarind pulp

mango pulp

cagaita pulp

Jabuticaba pulp

Araticum pulp

Packing: units of 200g.

Discover the properties of fruits HERE

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