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The Fair Trade Certified™ logo represents Wholesome's commi™ent to consumers that a fair premium price is paid to the farmers cooperatives that supply Wholesomes Fair Trade products.
Since initiating the Fair Trade Certified program in 2005, Wholesome Sweeteners has paid more than $800,000 directly to Fair Trade cooperative partners in Costa Rica, Malawi, Mexico and Paraguay. Fair Trade means that farmers can send their kids to school, keep their land, develop the quality of their harvest and build thriving communities.
Beyond the parameters of Fair Trade Certification, Wholesome selects suppliers based on a demonstrated commi™ent to social responsibility and community outreach.
Wholesome Sweeteners' ethos is shaped by a deep concern for the long-term health of the planet and all of its inhabitants.
The USDA Organic logo is Wholesome's promise that we hold every product to the highest environmental standard. Each product bearing the USDA Organic logo has been grown and milled to USDA Organic standards, without the aid of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides or chemicals.
Wholesome uses traditional methods:
Size: 6x23.5 OZ
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Love this agave, nice full flavor. Will order it again. Diabetes friendly. love it on my coffee, fruits and cereals. Will oder it again.Published 26 days ago by Kaija Adam
Taste great. Better than sugar or those horrible sweeteners. This is the best coffee sub for any of the others and I have lost 15lbs. over the last yr. just by changing to Agave.Published 29 days ago by RedHatLady
I knew what I was buying but there were so many similar choices that I failed to notice that this one was labeled RAW. What we normally buy is the AMBER. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Richard A Williford
I highly recommend this brand of agave for its quality and flavor. Have used it as a substitute for honey, sugar and oatmeal syrup.Published 2 months ago by Suzanne Masek-Gard
I used agave because my pool instructor, who was once a dietician, told me about it. Using agave requires less sugar.Published 2 months ago by Janice Wilkans
Agave syrup (nectar) is basically high-fructose corn syrup masquerading as a health food.
Agave nectar has a low-glycemic index for one reason only: it's largely made of... Read more
I always use this product instead of processed sugar, because I'm predisposed to diabetes. This particular brand gives me the taste that doesn't make me miss it either. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Alice Robinson
I used honey for years for all sweetening purposes until I tried agave nectar. I use it just like honey for baking, but the agave is less calories and keeps blood sugar... Read morePublished 5 months ago by wfc
This is delicious stuff, BUT... look into it for yourself.
Or got to webmd and read...
"The bottom line is that refined agave sweeteners are not inherently... Read more