Alcohol, Community Produced, Fair Trade Prices
organic, community-produced alcohol is unique in the world at the
moment. The alcohol has internationally-recognised
and we also have IMO
for Life certification.
(alcohol of 60GL) is produced by
working by the organic
sugar cane farmers of CADO
Agro-artesanal Dulce Orgánico, in Spanish, or Sweet Organic
Agro-craft Consortium), a socially-responsible organisation.
Then it is rectified to produce alcohol (ethanol) of high
organic ethanol is of high quality, appropriate for the most exacting
industrial processes or for perfumery. The organic, healthy
sugar cane provides top quality aguardiente and we use the services of
a high technology rectification plant to ensure that this is rectified
under strict quality control. We use gas
chromatography analysis and can equal the quality specifications of
your existing alcohol.
offer on fair trade terms:
alcohol of 96 GL
of 99.9 GL for use in
extraction of compounds.
organic alcohol for use in
the liquor industry.
made from organic
alcohol for use in perfumery
or industrial processes.
the first time, it is now possible to buy high-quality alcohol which
has been produced in an environmentally and socially responsible way.
organic alcohol comes from over 280 families in an area of extreme
poverty in Ecuador. Your decision to buy will help these
families to improve their quality of life as they continue to care for
environment and maintain the organic farming tradition of previous
more information, or to buy fairly-traded, community-produced organic
alcohol, write to us at CADO("at")progresoverde.org.
Organic alcohol, community-produced and fairly-traded:
the only alcohol in the world made by the traditional
process from sugar cane,
with organic certification, by a socially
responsbile co-operative of organic.
Community-produced organic ethanol of high quality and purity
at a fair price for the producers.
A sustainable Green
Progress organic farming and appropriate technology project from CRACYP.
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