Throughout May we give our customers a 15% discount on all peppers and other spices. A great opportunity to give your meat, fish and poultry and your summer salads a lift. Try your goat cheese with long pepper, your green salad with a citrus pepper and your steak with Tasmanian pepper. You won't regret it.
Traditionally West Africans use local spices in their dishes. Although world's spices are getting more and more popular, in gastronomy traditionals like the garlic nut, the calabash nutmeg and the alligator pepper still remain, especially in local dishes like the famous pepper soup. You can find them under exotic names, in one of the dozens of languages of Western Africa. They call the calabash nutmeg pébè for instance, the garlic ngô hiômi and the alligator pepper mbongô.
Although their familiar, indisputable aromas of garlic, nutmeg and pepper, none of them has a proper Western or Eastern equivalent.
Unique for the Netherlands, we offer all three as pod or seed, not ground., so can you use them as freshly ground as can be.
We ask you a small fee for shipping, depending on your shipping address, and use an equally modest threshold for cost-free shipping.
Shipping within the Netherlands per order € 2.50; free shipping for orders above € 25.00
As shipping costs abroad remain alarmingly high and have risen again this spring, we are forged to introduce a new scheme beginning April 1st.
For shipping outside the Netherlands (within the EU) we charge you € 6.00 per order, or € 4,50 from € 25,00 per order. Free shipping is for any order above € 40,00.
Groene Post (Green shipping) is a service by Dutch Post.nl, arranging all shipment within Dutch boundaries and almost every shipment within the EU to be CO2-neutral. De costs of this CO2-compensation are included in our shipping tariffs .
We strive for a most sustainable business. Our products are selected based on the principle of People, Planet and Profit (PPP). Growing methods used need to be with minimal implications on sustainability under decent working conditions and fair terms of trade .
We bank at Triodos Bank, one of the world's leading sustainable banks. Their mission is to make money work for positive social, environmental and cultural change.