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BOCA RATON, Fla. (PRWEB) December 06, 2017
Bali Spice Islands, a promoter of sustainable farming practices and producer of Indonesian black, red and brown rice, coconut sugar, health teas, pet super food and probiotic fertilizer, is bringing its tropical Coconut Chips to the U.S. marketplace.
Bali Spice Islands aims to empower Indonesian farmers, incentivizing use of organic farming practices by getting the farmers' products sold on international markets. Bali Spice Islands believes farmers get more money through international trade as opposed to selling locally, and that money enables more organic farmers to practice sustainable farming methods. Bali Spice Islands' strategy mirrors that of the fair trade practice used toward rainforest reforestation efforts. Bali Spice Islands' next target is the U.S., a country well known for snacking and a growing tendency for healthy, organic food.
“Every product goes someway to improve the planet," Bali Spice Islands CEO Lisa Gorman said. “Eating organic is helping the health of the planet by returning ecosystems to balance, and we are increasing organic farming in a country that is the lungs of the world."
Bali Spice Islands Coconut Chips are a healthy snack in the form of crunchy slices of coconut that come in five flavors. The chips are made in Java, Indonesia, in partnership with the Indonesian Rainforest Foundation, a group that diverts proceeds back into protecting rainforests and teaching farmers sustainable organic farming methods. Discover the healthy snack from Bali with a difference - in special flavors developed just for U.S. consumers.
“The secret to a healthy rainforest is sustainable organic farming," Dr. John Quayle of the Indonesia Rainforest Foundation said. “By selling products made from organically certified Indonesian farmer groups, you are making the world healthy again."
Bali Spice Islands Coconut Chips come in Coconut Candy, Sweet Chili, Sweet Ginger, Bali Sea Salt and Cinnamon flavors. The chips fall under dietary guidelines including Paleo, vegan, diabetic, gluten-free, dairy-free, grain-free, soy-free and low-carb. No white sugar is used in the chips, but low-Glycemic Index coconut sugar is used in the Coconut Candy, Sweet Chili, Cinnamon and Ginger flavors.
Coconut products are already popular among the health conscious. Coconut oil found in the chips is believed to have therapeutic benefits ranging from supporting the immune system, helping reduce heart disease, lowering cholesterol, regulating insulin secretion, improving skin and stimulating the thyroid. Coconut sugar is believed to be a healthier substitute to white sugar, which may help in weight loss and controlling diabetes.
“Bali Spice Islands coming to the U.S. is a great news story," Gorman said. “Sensational tasting food products that happen to be healthy and good for you. Best of all, without trying you can make a difference to the ecology of Indonesian rainforests, farming families' lives and changing the mindset of whole farming communities to become organic."
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