Take care of your health and the highest quality of life!
We’ve been observing life in the countryside for a long time. We realise what really matters: our roots aligned with nature and simplistic natural foods. It’s not a coincidence that our so good!® brand was born, we know that NATURE is a conscious choice, your choice and should be the choice of generations to come. We’ve learned how to achieve best quality from our produce and worked it into our so good!® way of life. From our research and development teams right onto your plate, anyone can now take the flavour of nature home and enjoy a healthier, wholesome diet.
Growing in the ground peanuts are nutritious and tasty. They contain a lot of protein and vitamins and have a very low glycemic index. Peanuts are recommended for children, elder people, athletes and during healthy weight loss programmes. They are very popular in the form of peanut pastes ( peanut butter). They contain the highest amount of protein among other nuts, significantly more than legumes like beans, chickpea or lentils, thats why it’s a good idea to include peanuts in vegetarian diet.
Add phenomenal nutty flavour to your dish with our premium chestnut flour. Chestnuts were valued and commonly used in ancient Greece and Rome for their Health and nutritional properties. Besides the great taste, chestnut flour has an high nutritional index, containing: malic acid, starch, lecithin, fibre and natural minerals – potassium, magnesium, calcium. Furthermore it’s a good source of protein and amino-acids and is Gluten Free!
Derived from powdered hemp seeds, hemp flour has flavoursome characteristics and earthly aromas making it a great additive or base to your meals. It’s a perfect source of plant protein and amino-acids and is suitable for vegans and vegetarians. Additionally hemp seeds have positive antioxidant properties, have shown to improve heart health and have positive impact on hair, skin, nails and joints.
Millet flour has a natural taste which fits perfectly to both sweet and savoury dishes. Millet has been used for over Ten thousand years and is still popular all over the world today. It has a positive impact on metabolism, contains high amounts of protein and is a great source of complex carbohydrates. Unlike most flours, millet flour is one of very few that contain silica, which holds amazing benefits for skin, hair and nails.
This gluten free flour is made from gradual milling of raw flax seeds. With a high protein content and full of fibre this wonder grain is commonly used in Keto and Paleo diets (for example with crepes, pancakes and raw cocktails). Bread made with flax seed flour looks familiar to very well known whole wheat bread. Interestingly, a single spoon of flax seeds provides the body with a good amount of protein, fibre, Omega 3 fatty acids and many vitamins and minerals.
A culinary hit! Also known as pink salt, extracted from the earth as a rock salt from Asia (originally Palestine). What differentiates Himalayan salt from common table salt, is its delicate pink colour which occurs naturally from its mineral content: magnesium, potassium and calcium. Himalayan salt has a positive impact on intestinal discomfort, the skins condition and even the ability to stave off mouth and throat infections.
Oats, made from oat grains, give ‘us’ – Health enthusiasts - endless possibilities in the kitchen. Most of us make use of them in our morning porridge with milk or other plant based beverage to kick start the day! Oats are also great mixed with yogurt, seasonal fruit and honey. Interestingly, in India, oatmeal is served savoury – with added curcumin/Turmeric, cayenne pepper and peas. Start experimenting today and maximise the use of oats in your diet.
Cacao is known mostly as an ingredient of chocolate. Our Cacao product is made from cocoa seeds and is a natural source of many minerals like: iron, magnesium and phosphorus, which improve our concentration and reduces stresses on the body and mind. Cacao powder is packed with flavonoids. These nutrients have been shown to help lower blood pressure, improve blood flow to the brain and heart, and aid in preventing blood clots. The flavonoids in cacao powder may help increase insulin sensitivity, reducing your risk of diabetes.Research from Harvard Medical School analysed the diet of the Kuna Tribe from Panama. They consume on average over 40 cups of cocoa per week. The research shows, that they rarely get sick and have a higher life expectancy than other people living in The country.
Also known as shea butter, is a natural fat from african plant Shea Park. The process of acquiring shea fat is very interesting. After harvesting the seeds (which look like plums) the hard shells are broken into pieces and the nuts are removed. After washing and drying, the nuts are mechanically crushed into paste and mixed with fresh water. The mixture is heated until a thick layer of fat rises to the surface, The pure fat is the extracted from the mix and is ready for immediate consumption.