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    Vying For Vanilla

    It's one of the most labor-intensive ingredients on earth. Vanilla is in great demand and there is a limited availability these days with crop shortages.

    Vanilla beans are the seeds of a type of orchid. From growing and harvesting, to soaking and drying, the whole process to produce vanilla as a usable ingredient takes months.

    Very Nutritious Vanilla

    Our Wild Vanilla Powder is Non-GMO and full of healthy nutrients.

    Thanks to it's antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals - like calcium, magnesium, potassium, zinc, and iron - the wild nutrients found in vanilla help in reducing inflammation, regulating metabolism and aiding proper nervous system function.

    Incredibly Delicious!

    Wild Vanilla Powder can be used as a healthy replacement for vanilla extract. It is a fantastic addition in so many recipes - everything from shakes and smoothies to butter coffee and hot chocolate.

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