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Spread 'sefa' Cashew Paste Curry Date Organic, 100g

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Spread 'sefa' Cashew Paste Curry Date Organic, 100g

Gutding Organic Spread 'sefa' Cashew Paste Curry Date

Sefa, the oriental curry-date spread. It tastes deliciously oriental. Spicy with curry and chilli pepper, lovely with a fine date note.

» Handmade
» Organic
» Gluten Free


Cashew* (35%), water, olive oil *, lemon juice *, dates * (7%), garlic *, curry spice * (1.85%) (from turmeric *, fennel *, caraway *, coriander *, onions *, Ginger *, pepper *, pepper *, cinnamon *), sea salt, black cumin *, Piment d'Espelette *
* = Ingredients from organic farming,

Allergy Information
Contains: nuts, cashew nut, fructose, coriander, pepper, cinnamon
Nutritional values per
Energy value 1476 kJ / 356 kcal
Total Fat 28,2 g
- Saturated Fat 4,82 g
Carbohydrates 15,4 g
- of which sugar 6,9 g
Fibre 4,1 g
Protein 8.1 g
Salt 1,79 g


Agapi -> As the second of two children, Agapi grows up in the countryside near Hamburg in her early childhood. At the age of eleven, she moves with the family to the vicinity of Frankfurt - back to the countryside. The family house is opened for foster children. Overall, Agapi gets so insight into seven different children's fates, gets a little sister via adoptive and enjoys schooling at a Waldorf school. Directly after leaving school, she moves back to Hamburg, becomes an assistant to commercial photographers and becomes self-employed as such. In addition, she begins to study communication design and works in a large advertising agency and later in a small design agency, where she takes her first and last permanent position. Studying in the bag she founded her agency - AGAPI dialog. concept. design. She questions and examines, researches and moves. It gives an identity to many companies and social organizations, supports them in recognizing their own appearance, in finding the corporate identity or in processes of change. One of her biggest successes is the sponsoring campaign for street kids, which she started in 2001 together with the association base & woge and for which she developed the little street killer Kalle, the mascot of the fundraiser. For a long time, the campaign has been generating money every year, which ensures the association's work. In mid-2012 Agapi gives her baby after a long time in the hands of her former co-worker to make her dream come true. She wants to write a book for so long and initiate a productive cooperation. Rado -> As the sixth of seven children and the third and last boy Rado grows up in Neumünster in a family of academics. At seventeen, with a high school diploma in his pocket, he develops manufacturing lines for his older sister's products. He creates the distribution channels and takes care of a successful duplication of the individual pieces. In addition, he studies industrial engineering, doing 20 months civil service in a sheltered workshop as well as the mobile family aid and is managing director of the company, which he founded in 1984 with his sister. Over the next 28 years, his responsibilities include human resources, organization, structure, finances and production. The result is a fine, global fashion label. But his heart is not pomping for fashion and its preternatural novelty. At the beginning of 2012 he sells his company shares to face new challenges. In a sabbatical year, he undertakes a three-month trip to New Zealand. Here he visits the Ecovillage Atamai and learns, among other things, that the erosion of the soil caused by over-fertilization, many farmers in New Zealand already in the knee and thus forced to act. "Life is not a one-way street. Anyone who has taken a wrong turn can find their way back. A change of perspective opens the door to new possibilities. "Thinking big makes Rado fun. His analytical approach and broad-based knowledge of social issues allow him to structure the relationships reel. The perfect complement to the fantastic ideas of his partner Agapi.

GMO Statement

Organic products are produced without genetic engineering. The use of genetically modified organisms or their derivatives is prohibited in organic farming and processing and contradicts the self-understanding of the organic industry.