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Big succulent chunks of crystallized baby ginger to enjoy as a soothing sweet-hot treat. A tasty snack straight from the bag, or chop and toss them into morning granola, a hot cup of tea or incorporate them into your favorite cookie recipe.The Ginger People FIJI Ginger Crystallized Ginger ChipsThis special ginger is handcrafted on the South Pacific island country of Fiji. With one of most pristine ecosystems in the world, tropical rainfall and nutrient-rich virgin soil, Fiji is ideal for ginger farming. By partnering with local farmers,The Ginger People are able to source ginger of the highest and purest standard - from farm to market.- Irrigated 100% by fresh Fiji rainfall.- Planted in rich volcanic soil, abundant in beneficial minerals.- Cultivated, tended and harvested by hand.- Free of industrial pollutants, chemicals fertilizers and pesticides.- Bio diverse ginger farms. Plots are rotated with cassava, taro and other annual crops.- Washed in Fiji water.- Hand cut and crafted.Gluten Free.All Natural.One ounce contains 80 calories, 0g fat, 19g carbs.6 pack / 3.5oz bag Ingredients: Baby ginger, cane sugar.

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September, 2021

No. 106 (9)

2020 Impact Factor: 9.941 Submission > Acceptance: 52 days
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