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Discontinued: Organic Orange Marmalade

SKU# 60121

USDA Organic
Sorry, this product has been discontinued. With golden slivers of tangy oranges and the natural sweetness of raw sugar, our marmalade has a fresh, zesty flavor.

Availability: Out of stock

$5.49
Organic Orange Marmalade
Details
Sorry, this product has been discontinued.

Choose "Case 6" to order a case of 6 12oz bottles.

60121
Ingredients
Fair Trade Organic Sugar, Organic Seville Oranges, Gelling Agent Pectin, Citric Acid.
Story
Our fine cut Organic Orange Marmalade is made with organic Seville oranges and fairly traded, organic sugar from the Asociación Agricola Canera Organica de Iturbe (AACOI) which is a group of small-scale sugar cane farmers in the Iturbe region of Paraguay, a region known for sugar cane production. AACOI has about 330 members and the average farm size is 15 hectares.

Sugar processing in Paraguay is dominated by three major companies, as it requires huge capital investments to buy the right equipment and build the necessary large facilities. Because of this and lack of access to market and price information, small-scale farmers in this region have had little bargaining power and infrastructure is poor. The nearest town with access to health care, educational and financial services is 18 miles away on a dirt road.

Against all odds, in 1998 a group of farmers formed the AACOI to negotiate together with the local processing mill for better prices. In addition, the co-op provides pre-harvest financing, food programs, educational programs, health care programs and has purchased tractors for members to share and a truck so they can sell other crops to the local market for income diversification. In addition to crop diversification with products like yucca and corn, AACOI has a reforestation program that uses native trees and fruit trees to prevent soil erosion.
Nutrition
Orange Marmalade