International Products Aisle C features a wide variety of Gluten Free, Organic and Non GMO Cereals and Snacks

CACAO or  COCOA?

International

Products

Your Dekalb Farmers Market

3000 East Ponce De Leon Ave

Decatur, Georgia 30030

 

 

 

At the intersection of East Ponce De Leon Ave. and Laredo Drive, 2 miles inside of I-285 off of Exit #40 (East Ponce De Leon)

Hours :

Store: 9am - 9pm Daily

Business Sevices: 8am - 5pm

Ph: 404-377-6400 / Fax: 404-377-9274

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Thanksgiving Day

Christmas Day

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Tour appointments may be scheduled Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, 10-11a.m. for groups of 25 or less.

Featured International Products

 

   Tupelo Honey from Ziegler's

   is amongst the rarest

   and finest honeys in the

   world.

 

D'arbo Organic Fruit Spreads from Austria

Natural Low Sugar Dried Fruits from Thailand

Organic Sprouted Whole Wheat Flours & Ancient Grain flours

Pink Sherpa Himalayan Coarse Sea Salt

Natural Ginseng UP in 11 Healthy Flavors

Organic Numi Tea in 26 Non GMO Varieties

Organic Amber & Light Agave Nectar from Mexico

Organic Hemp Seed

Moringa for Life Tea

An entire aisle is dedicated to spices from all over the world representing many international cuisines and cultures.

Did you know...

Our organic and conventional rice, grains, lentils and flours come from all over the world, as well as new Super Sprout Organic Whole Wheat flours and grains, which your body sees as a vegetable.

We’ve

got the

freshest

catch

Our International Products Department provides the highest quality food products imported directly from many regions of the world. Try our healthy organic dried fruits from Thailand and Turkish roasted nuts, for your own trail mix or select from our finest olive oils from Greece and Spain.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Have you ever wondered

what is the difference between

cacoa and cocoa? Well, cacao

refers to the raw form of

chocolate and all chocolate is

derived from cacao beans.

 

Unprocessed cacao nibs, beans, chips and powders have not been roasted and in this raw, unprocessed, additive free state, retain the most nutritional value.

Cacao contains an abundance of antioxidants, because it's raw and pure. Also it's a great source of fiber, magnesium, essential fatty acids, iron, copper, zinc, sulfur, and calcium.

 

Cocoa, on the other hand is processed from the roasted beans, with additives, sweeteners and perhaps cocoa butter. The chocolates most often used in the market as candies are from roasted, processed beans.

 

Our own high quality fair trade cacao from Peru is certified organic, certified kosher and gluten free.

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Variety is
the spice of life

Not all syrups are pure maple syrup...

Butternut Mountain Farms maple syrup is authentic and pure natural maple syrup from the state of Vermont. Pure maple syrup comes only from the sap of maple trees which are indigenous to North America and known for their iconic leaf shape and colorful fall foliage.  Each spring “maple sugar makers” head out to the native woods of eastern North America to carefully collect the maple tree’s sap, and after concentrating and boiling, the amber colored sap is transformed into richly flavored syrup. Careful stewardship ensures sustainability and the ability to harvest from the same trees for centuries.

 

Butternut Mountain Farm 100% pure maple syrup is a wholesome sweetener rich in minerals, including potassium, calcium, magnesium, sodium, zinc, iron, manganese, phosphorus, and selenium.  Pure maple syrup is naturally Non GMO and Gluten Free.

 

New Vermont maple syrup grades are based on color and flavor. They do not relate to quality and are meant to help identify the right flavor profile for the palate or recipe. As a rule, the darker the maple syrup color, the more robust the flavor. The new system breaks maple into two main categories – Grade A and Processing Grade. Grade with four Grade A categories:

1. Grade A Golden, Delicate; 2. Grade A Amber, Rich;

3. Grade A Dark, Robust ; 4. Grade A Very Dark, Strong, formerly called Grade B.