Salt & Coconut Oil Plantain Chips
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2.3 oz / $2.48 per oz
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These chips are made only with three ingredients, but they're anything but simple. They're made with delicately sweet plantains grown in Uganda, sourced directly from farmers and grown organically. We love them dipped in almond butter, which goes great with the subtly sweet flavors of banana and coconut.
- Top 8 Allergen Free
- Women Owned
- Direct/Fair Trade
- Sustainable Agriculture
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- Carbon Minimal
- Renewable Energy
- Poverty & Hunger
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How it does good
A step beyond ethical sourcing
Amazi is a woman-owned food company that brings a new twist on dried fruit. But it's not just about the snacks. Amazi commits to keeping the production process in the country from where they source. They partner directly with small businesses in Uganda to make their products from start to finish. This allows for a more connected, sustainable supply chain, as well as job creation and more market access. With every bite of Amazi you take, you're helping close the gap between the source and consumer.
Amazi sources directly from farmers (over half of whom are women) and ensures that they're paid at least 25% above market price. Employees at their partner facilities are paid two to three times the local wages.Learn More
low carbon footprint
Amazi has installed carbon offsetting on their website and have offset all their UPS shipments. They're working with their Ugandan partners to become carbon neutral.Learn More
supporting key causes
Amazi aims to make clean snacking accessible, so they donate products to local schools, hospitals, food banks, and more.Learn More
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About the Brand
Amazi is working towards a sustainable, equitable supply chain. How? By keeping the production process in the country from which they source. With their jackfruit chews and plantain chips, they go a step beyond ethical sourcing, partnering directly with small businesses in Uganda to product their snacks. This allows for a more connected supply chain, job creation, and market access.Shop Brand
How to use
Top up your favorite breakfast smoothie with a handful of crunchy plantain chips.