Organic nacho corn chips, 150g
Hodmedods have roasted their British-grown yellow peas and fava beans in rapeseed oil and seasoned them with a sprinkling of sea salt and cracked black pepper.
These roasted peas and beans are full of protein and fibre.
Hodmedods have roasted British-grown fava beans in rapeseed oil and seasoned them with a chilli kick and cooling lime.
Delicious, nutritious and good for the soil and bees, fava beans are Britain's original bean, grown here since the Iron Age. Our roasted beans are full of protein and fibre.
Hodmedods roasted beans are delicious as a savoury snack but also great in salads and other savoury dishes.
Roasted Fava Beans-Lightly Sea Salted (not organic), 300g
Roasted Fava Beans with Sea Salt and Cider Vinegar (not organic), 300g
Roasted Fava Beans-Unsalted (not organic), 300g
Roasted Peas with Horseradish (not organic), 300g
Roasted Peas-Unsalted (not organic), 300g
Hodmedods have roasted British-grown yellow peas in rapeseed oil and added the tang of cider vinegar for a tempting and tasty snack. Their roasted peas are full of protein and fibre, and have less than 1/3 the fat of roasted nuts.
Hodmedods have roasted their British-grown yellow peas in rapeseed oil and seasoned them with deliciously smoky paprika.
These roasted peas are full of protein and fibre, and delicious to boot!
Savoursmiths Bubbly and Serrano Chilli potato crisps (not organic) 40g
Savoursmiths Cheese and Port potato crisps (not organic) 40g
Savoursmiths Truffle and Rosemary potato crisps (not organic) 40g
Cacao nibs are a fantastic source of iron, fibre and antioxidants, meaning it is a healthy snack any time of the day. Our cacao nibs have been specially selected by The Epicurious Hedgehog from farmers in South-west Tanzania. Sourced from individual farmers, each batch has its own unique flavour.
The cacao is grown by small farmers in Tanzania, who benefit from a fair and long-term relationship with The Epicurious Hedgehog. By working directly with these farmers they can ensure top quality cacao for customers, and a sustainable income for farmers.
By buying from Storimarket you are ensuring The Epicurious Hedgehog and their farmers are getting a fair deal, which allows them to continue to produce amazing food products in a way that is good for the environment, good for communities and good for business.
Farmer information: Roza Daudi has been farming cacao in Busoka village, southwest Tanzania since 2001. As a 43-year old widow, it is up to her to support her family. Her three acre farm gives her up to 1,500kg of cacao every year, which she sells to the Epicurious Hedgehog.The Epicurious Hedgehog are able to pay a premium price for her cacao crop, as it is used to make cacao nibs - a value-added product, which consumers buy. Unfortunately, this is not the norm for other buyers, who usually buy it to trade and export as a commodity.As Epicurious Hedgehog grows, they are able to buy more from Roza, which will improve her income. She uses her cacao income to meet her family’s daily basic needs, pay her children’s school fees, buy livestock, cover health service cost, and to provide capital for her rice and maize farming activities. Farmers registered with Epicurious Hedgehog receive training in good agricultural practices (following an agroforestry approach and organic principles) so they can harvest a good quality, natural crop. This also protects the environment for future generations.
Raw, organic cacao beans covered in 70% dark chocolate are both tasty and healthy. With a superfood raw cacao bean in the centre, packed full of antioxidants and nutrients, and rich dark chocolate on the outside, its an indulgent chocolate snack you don't have to feel guilty about.
Even better, the cacao is grown organically on the Asante Mama farm in Uganda, where people and the planet are put before profit. A whole ten acres of the farm is devoted to wildlife and a no-killing of wildlife policy operates across the rest of the farm.
Storimarket ensures Asante Mama and their farmers are getting a fair deal, which allows them to continue to produce amazing food products in a way that is good for the environment, good for communities and good for business.
Dried mango is rich in vitamins, dietary fiber, and antioxidants, meaning it is a healthy snack any time of the day. Our mango has been naturally dried by Azuri Health using the Kenyan sun and natural gas, with just a little bit of citric to help preserve the product.
Even better, the mango is grown by small farmers and cooperatives in Kenya, who benefit from a fair and long-term relationship with Azuri Health. By working with these farmers to dry the mango, Azuri Health helps them reduce the amount of their harvest that may have become food waste. Better for the environment and communities.
Storimarket ensures Azuri Health and their farmers are getting a fair deal, which allows them to continue to produce amazing food products in a way that is good for the environment, good for communities and good for business.
Macadamia nuts are a source of vitamins, iron, protein and other nutrients. Our macadamia nuts have been roasted by Ten Senses to preserve the natural flavour, without adding any salt or sugar. Just natural, nutty goodness.
Even better, the nuts are grown by small farmers and cooperatives in Kenya, some of whom have as few as three macadamia trees. Ten Senses have built a fair and long-term relationship with these farmers, creating both a quality product for customers and sustainable livelihoods for these communities.
Storimarket ensures Ten Senses and their farmers are getting a fair deal, which allows them to continue to produce amazing food products in a way that is good for the environment, good for communities and good for business.
Dominic has been growing macadamia for over 40 years, starting with a single tree to shade his coffee trees. Dominic planted his first macadamia tree in the 1970s, as shade for his coffee plants. Years later, he now gets faster growing varieties from Ten Senses to increase his harvest. Over the years he’s used the money to pay school fees and build houses for him and his family on neighbouring plots of land.
As a farmer whose seen prices go up and down, he prefers working with Ten Senses who regularly visit, provide support and buy regularly. The local Ten Senses outreach worker lives nearby and they have a great relationship. They provide him with seedlings of hybrid varieties, which bear nuts quicker. He now waits only four or five years from planting to first harvest.
This year Dominic hopes to harvest up to 600kg of nuts, for which Ten Senses will pay him immediately using mobile money. Prices are currently high for macadamia nuts. However, for Dominic, a fair and stable price is better than sky-high prices which later crash.