Turmeric Powder

Trade Aid

  • This mild, aromatic spice will add vibrant warmth, colour and earthy flavours to all your favourite Indian and Asian dishes.

    Our fair-trade turmeric is sourced sustainably from Sri Lanka, produced by small scale farmers who are members of PODIE (People's Organisation for Development of Import and Export) in Sri Lanka. Through their membership, these famers receive higher prices for their products along with agricultural training and improved access to production-enhancing equipment.

    By supporting Trade Aid, you make the world a fairer place by helping provide adequate housing, medical assistance, and education funds for spice growers and their families.
  • Trade Aid's Organic Turmeric Powder is a versatile spice that can be used to spice up savoury dishes such as soups and stews.

  • Vegan Vegetarian Paleo
    Gluten Free Dairy Free Sugar Free
    Soy Free Certified Organic Cruelty Free
    Fair Trade Made in NZ Recyclable
  • Turmeric*

    *Certified Organic Ingredient

  • "Turmeric is one of my favourite antioxidant spices, with an ORAC score of 127,000, 20 times that found in blueberries. It is also a great anti-inflammatory, for people with illness, osteoporosis, immune conditions, and general health. My Turmeric Butter and Mango & Turmeric Cheesecake are two of my favourite ways to use it."

    - Buffy Ellen, founder of begoodorganics.com (Auckland, New Zealand)

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  • Trade Aid are a New Zealand based not for profit organisation and share their profits with their producers. They are committed to raising the bar in fair trade standards and are a member of the World Fair Trade Organisation. Trading since 1973 they import beautiful food and craft from over 70 trading partners, representing hundreds of thousands of small farmers and artisans in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Pacific.

    Paying fair wages doesn’t necessarily mean higher costs to end customers - there are fewer “middle men” in the trading model, meaning more money makes its way to their producers.

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