With a defining caramelesque sweetness, this brown sugar is unbleached and unrefined, keeping its naturally occuring nutrients and molasses content rich and intact. A hint of ginger makes it great for spiced pastries or adding a uniquely sweet kick to savory dishes.
Unrefined & unbleached
Sweet, sun-soaked Goji berries from China’s Xinjiang province. Packed with important vitamins and minerals, Goji berries have been used for centuries to improve eyesight and boost immunity. Enjoy as a flavoring in traditional Chinese tea or even as a simple snack alternative.
With 20 times more vitamin C than citrus fruits, red jujubes are also packed with important minerals and antioxidants. Try in traditional Chinese soups and teas or as a quick snack for an immune system boost. Nutritious but naturally high in sugar, enjoy in moderation.
Packed with essential omega-3 fatty acids and vital minerals. Enjoy as an energy-boosting snack or add to pastas or salads for extra protein-filled crunch.
Easier to crack
Also known as “dragon’s eye,” this small tropical fruit has a mild flavor similar to that of mangoes or grapes. Great for baking, mixing with teas, or eating as a healthy snack for a dose of iron, vitamin C and bone-strengthening copper.
Thick, plain yogurt with a package of sugar under the lid, for those with a sweet tooth. An important source of calcium, for healthy bones. Made by Meiji, one of Asia’s leading dairy producers.
With sugar sachet
Packed with nutrients, this wonder plant is credited with lowering cholesterol, reducing blood pressure and healing the digestive tract. It’s also one of the few plants that contain vitamin B12, great for the immune system and glowing skin. Enjoy the gel to soothe burns, rashes and cuts or, for internal benefits, toss into a smoothie or juice. Locally grown for a lower carbon footprint.
Low carbon footprint
Used in Traditional Chinese Medicine as a herbal remedy, distinctively Red Coix Seeds are easy to add into your diet: mix with rice, wild yam and other herbs to make a healthy porridge. Boiled Coix Seeds can also be used to make tea. Coix contains high levels of essential fatty acids, which help to combat viral infections and relieve inflammation.