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Touched in the heart!

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Touched in the heart!

What's so touching about a piece of cloth wrapped in a few products? Hope. Monica Nayebare is a proud representative of the new African generation, proud, joyful, passionate and hopeful. Barely 27 years old, she set up a business exporting Ugandan products to the international market. Vanilla (hum hum!), Shea butter and sesame seeds. It's a good start! But the most astonishing and touching thing is to receive these very correctly wrapped samples with love and hope ... we feel it very well! And at his expense! What pride! You can imagine that Monica is really my ...

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Madagascar caviar for your homemade extracts

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Madagascar caviar for your homemade extracts

When you start making your extracts with our split vanilla, you won't be able to go back. To make the tastiest vanilla extract in the world, this is the one you need and here's why: Vanillin, which is the most aromatic molecule of the hundreds of aromas that make up the taste of vanilla , does not develop until the last weeks of its ripening. The job of a good vanilla grower is to pick the fruits of the vanilla tree one by one as close as possible to the peak of the vanilla ripening, too early, the vanilla is not very aromatic; But...

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The sumptuous Indah vanilla has arrived!

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The sumptuous Indah vanilla has arrived!

Indah is a young 27 year old vanilla producer. She started developing vanilla production four years ago after completing her university studies in business administration in Jakarta. The vanilla that she offers us comes from her own plantation as well as that of her parents. Her studies in international trade allow her and her family to sell all over the planet and make much better income than by selling to international traders. It produces two types of vanilla spread over several parcels of territory in the islands forming ...

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The arrivals of Vanilla from Madagascar somewhat delayed ...

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The arrivals of Vanilla from Madagascar somewhat delayed ...

"Before the impossible, no one is held!"

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The taste of the True

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The taste of the True

This blog is a call for the return of the true, of the close relationship with nature and people. It is a call to humanity behind a product which is "luxury" only for international traders. Like many other agricultural products in high demand (cocoa, coffee, sugar, spices, etc.) whose producers are exhausted by dint of working in their fields for a fraction of the price sold to the consumer, the work of vanilla trees is under valued, and the role of traders extremely overestimated. At a time when the Internet makes it possible to open channels of communication between the world of vanilla trees and that of ...

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