• Lie Gourmet

    Lie Gourmet

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    PRODUCTLINE.

    Lie Gourmet is an organic food brand with Scandinavian roots that has a broad collection of food items with a cool, unique design. The combinations of ingredients come from France and are also tasteful and distinctive. Their products have no artificial additives, a large part of the assortment is gluten-free and all packaging is recyclable and re-usable.

    THE MAKER.

    Many years ago, founder Caroline Lie Korsgaard lost her heart in France. She fell in love with the good quality ingredients, the gastronomy of everyday life, with la vie française. Today, her passion and sense of taste and aesthetics are at the heart of the Danish brand LIE GOURMET, where the inspiration for the exquisite delicacies comes largely from the French cuisine.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    They are without artificial additives and conservatives. There is also a variety of products without gluten and lactose.

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  • Raselli

    Raselli

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    Raselli is a brand with organic herbal tea which is produced in the valleys of Valposchiavo in Switzerland. It is a real eyecatcher among tea brands with its funky colors.

    THE MAKER.

    Raselli organic herbal tea is a true delight for every tea lover and shows us the beauty of organically grown plants, flowers, and herbs. The Raselli family farm is located in Valposchiavo, Switserland. The family farm produces a diverse selection of organic herbs and flowers. The plants are harvested mechanically or by hand and dried gently. For years, the farm has been relying on organic quality for herbal and vegetable cultivation. The fields in Le Prese are cultivated with great care and according to strict rules of organic farming in order to guarantee the highest quality.

    DID YOU KNOW..?

    Each blend has a unique design with a distinctive color and an animal that is characteristic of the Alpine area where the organic herbs are grown.

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  • Pineut

    Pineut

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    Pineut, an organic brand, was created by Femke van der Kuijp and Marlies van Iterson. Their favorite activity is to endlessly experiment with different tastes. Experimenting with different homemade creations and tastes eventually resulted in a do-it-yourself liqueur, along with a no-nonsense young grain gin and a nostalgic punch. All products are made in an honest and sustainable way at social workplaces.

    THE MAKER.

    In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries the warehouses in the Netherlands were full of exotic herbs and spices from all over the world. Back in those days they experimented with these, also in combination with alcohol. This resulted in different liqueurs with a variety of tastes. So there was a delicious neut for every occasion. This old tradition became the inspiration for a new neut. Pineut is a liqueur that you can enjoy in an instant and make yourself.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    You can also use our neuts as a culinary delight. You can find recipes on our site, such as this one from BrendaKookt !: http://pineut.nl/products/winterblos/

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  • Dutch Harvest

    Dutch Harvest

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    PRODUCTLINE.

    Esther Molenwijk has been fascinated by the hemp plant. A sustainable crop that you can use for an endless amount of purposes. She decided to commit herself to the rediscovery of this plant. In the summer she works on a farm in Groningen helping with the hemp harvest and processing. Throughout the year she is regularly at the social workplace where the tea is processed and packed. And she also seizes every opportunity she gets to put the story of tea and this special plant all over the world.

    THE MAKER.

    Want to drink a completely different cup of tea? Then try Dutch Harvest hemp tea. This hemp comes from the Groningse fields, is biological and has a mild, pure taste. And no, you don’t get stoned from a cup of Dutch Harvest tea, but the tea does have a relaxing effect on body and mind. Try it pure or in one of the three special blends. They only use herbs, no aromas or other additives. Because nature itself has enough to offer!

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    the Netherlands used to be full of hemp, especially in the time of the VOC a lot of hemp was grown for the ropes and sails of the ships.

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  • Ladi Biosas

    Ladi Biosas

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    Ladi Biosas is a premium extra virgin olive oil brand that is produced in small quantities in a biological mill. The process is very tedious and labour-intensive. The olives are harvested entirely by hand and organically grown.

    THE MAKER.

    The production process happens in Greece. It is produced with a Vertical Integrated Production Process and Horizontal Hierarchy structure that highlights the flavor. Ladi Biosas is standardized in a certified olive mill and all bottles are numbered (one by one) which bear the signature of the great Messenian painter-engraver Mr. Takis Katsoulidis (the font is his own creation),while the Olive Oil is extracted from their own organically grown olive groves in the State of Messinia at Kefalovryso village (40km from Kalamata) in the Southern Peninsula of Peloponnese.

    DID YOU KNOW..?

    They aim to reinstate traditional craftmaking techniques with their sub company Greek Artisans.

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  • El Jefe

    El Jefe

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    PRODUCTLINE.

    El Jefe started as a hobby in his kitchen. He lived in Texas and California for a long time and is a big fan of Tex-Mex food. In recent years he traveled a lot to Mexico and always took various chili peppers back to Amsterdam, where he developed his salsa sauces at home with lots of love. In the meantime the hobby has grown to a business that he put his heart and soul into full-time.

    THE MAKER.

    El Jefe spent the past year developing his production process to meet the increasing demand. He is now at a point that El Jefe Primo Salsa is ready for a larger audience. His sauce even won the prize for best hot sauce in The Netherlands during the last Dutch Chili fest. The salsas are not (yet) fully organic, but fairly made and without any added substances or preservatives, only lemon juice. At the moment he gets his peppers in Mexico through a local wholesaler, but in the future he wants them to be grown exclusively for El Jefe as an organic product. The peppers are not available in Europe. The tomatoes are organic and come from Italy. El Jefe Primo Salsa is made in his own production studio, the Factoria Picante, as part of the Bret sustainability garden project at Amsterdam Sloterdijk.

    DID YOU KNOW…?

    The peppers are not available in Europe.

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