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Posted on Monday, October 8th, 2012 at 10:18 am
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Alter Eco knows that a healthy body and mind is dependent upon the food you eat. That’s why their quinoa, rice, sugar and chocolate are made from the finest all-natural, organic ingredients. Alter Eco works closely with their community of small-scale farms to help them implement fair trade and organic practices. This way, they can ensure their products are made in a responsible way that promotes a healthy lifestyle and environment. Alter Eco rice and quinoa products are part of a healthy diet. Quinoa is high in protein and works well as a side dish or as the centerpiece to your meal. Their unrefined sugar tastes great in all of your favorite recipes, and their many varieties of chocolate are crafted from organic cacao beans from the Peruvian Amazon and Ecuadorian coast. All of their chocolate bars are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Alter Eco is committed to the environment, and they actually offset more carbon than they produce. They are certified USDA organic and committed to fair trade practices.

According to the official website, most of Alter Eco’s products fit into the $3.00 to $8.00 range. Prices may vary in individual stores. Visit the Alter Eco website for more information on where you can find any of their products in a store near you. You’ll also find delicious recipes as well as more information on their sustainability and environmental efforts. Alter Eco operates out of San Francisco, California.

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