Bart Spice Up Trade Fairly
01 May 2008
Recently Bart Spices set a precedent by launching their all-new range of Fairtrade seasonings onto the supermarket shelves.
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Recently Bart Spices set a precedent by launching their all-new range of Fairtrade seasonings onto the supermarket shelves. Harvested by hand at a farmers co-operative in Sri-Lanka, Fairtrade cloves, peppercorns, cinnamon sticks, ground ginger and turmeric can now be purchased from many highstreet retailers or from their website. They have also joined with a co-operative in the Comoros Islands to produce vanilla pods. As well as a fair price, all their farmers get a social premium to invest in farming methods and improve the quality of life within their communities.
Established during the 60s, Bart is a growing independent food company, whose heart and soul is in supplying the very finest quality food ingredients from around the globe. Their range consists of many products, not only herbs and spices but seasonings, sauces and other must-have cupboard ingredients.
Bart Delicatessen also grows a range of organic black, white, red and green peppercorns, as well as Green Tea, on a family-run estate, nestled in the Nelliyampathy Hills of India. Here, biodynamic farming methods have taken years of experience to develop, creating a self sustainable eco-system that increases the long term fertility of the soil, making a positive contribution to the region.
Contact: Bart Spices Ltd,
York Road, Bedminster, Bristol, BS3 4AD
Tel: 0117 977 3474
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