These are our favourite party bites with the added value of all-organic ingredients. Who says that healthy lifestyle means austerity and lack of fun. Quite the contrary we argue, munching these tasty pretzels and sipping from our cider-and-white-wine special cocktail.
What’s the difference between organic and conventional flour?
In our crop fields, we don’t use any mineral fertilizers produced by the chemical industry. Only natural organic fertilizers enrich the soil where the grains grow. Unlike conventional agriculture, we remove weed mechanically without applying chemicals. While protecting the grains from pests and diseases, we rely on methods friendly towards the beneficial organisms in the ecosystem.
Before the harvest is over, we treat the warehouses, where we store grains, with substances allowed in organic farming. We take all measures to prevent pests from reaching the grain.
Furthermore, once the grain is in storage, we don’t apply pest control substances to remove the pests. We solely make sure to prevent those insects and animals from accessing the grains. If the need arises, we use only natural substances with no direct contact with the grains. We apply them strictly around the cereal to serve as a pest barrier. After all, not only the pest would eat the grain treated with chemical poison, but we as well.
In everything we do, we aim at setting an example of applying balanced solutions. There is no need for food production to be the most destructive human activity. What is more, we want it to taste good!
What's in it
Organic wheat flour, organic coconut oil, organic malt extract, organic sugar, water and a pinch of Himalayan salt.
How it's made
When the sticks dough is ready it goes to the extruder machine for shaping the pretzels. Then comes the cutting, salting and baking. When they cool down, the pretzels go into the packages.
in 100 g
|Energy||377 kcal / 1577 kJ|
|Total fats||6.2 g|
|of which saturates||4.7 g|
|of which sugars||5.4 g|
A 60 g package