Non Pareil Capers in Brine

3 reviews
Ishka Farms Non Pareil Capers in Brine
3 reviews

Non Pareil Capers in Brine

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Capers, capers, capers on your mind. Brighten up your favorite dishes with these tangy and intense little capers.
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  • Gluten Free
  • Certified USDA Organic
  • Vegan

No pantry's complete without zingy, little orbs. Whether you’re making some stellar pasta salad or plucking them straight from the jar, each of these tender buds are packed with flavor. What does “non-pareil” mean, you ask? It means “having no equal.” It indicates the size of these 7 to 9 mm capers but in French, translating to “having no equal; peerless.” So yeah, these babies are pretty much unsurpassed.

Ishka Farms is the first commercial farm in India to grow certified organic capers and they're working to restore the land they produce on.

Good news! Recycle the glass jar and metal lid in a curbside bin.
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How it does good

A better mantra for farming

Most of the crops that the world relies on are water-intensive; rice, soybeans, and wheat included. With a mantra of conserving groundwater, Ishka Farms chose to work with crops that require less water and still thrive. Capers and moringa not only are perfect for their mission but they also reduce the use of fossil fuels and conventional sources of electricity. By combining modern agricultural practices with traditional knowledge of pest control and fertigation, Ishka Farms continues to provide year-round employment and demonstrate that one can have a world-class farm without relying on traditional seasonal crops that are purely dependent on rainfall.