Tahini - Alive and Organic

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Ingredients:
Organic White Sesame Seeds.
CCOF Certified organic logo
USDA organic logo
Sunrise Kosher logo/hechsher
BPA - free glass packaging
Certified organic
Raw
Certified kosher
Source of calcium
Source of zinc

Living Tree Community Foods Organic Sesame Tahini is created in Berkeley, California from alive, raw organic sesame seeds grown by Mexican family farmers. It is produced slowly, in small batches, to give it a wondrous, creamy texture. Imagine it in hummus, alive pies, or combined with organic honey for a deliciously decadent halva.

We use mechanically hulled sesame seeds. In our proprietary process, we make the tahini slowly, over several days. We slice the sesame seeds and never grind. This preserves the flavors and properties of the raw sesame seeds. We make it frequently, in small batches, so it’s fresh and alive.

Packaged in a BPA-free Glass Jar.

Manufactured in a facility that processes tree nuts.

Country of Origin: USA

DISCLAIMER:- The products and claims made about specific products on this website have not been evaluated by the USDA and are not approved to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.
The information provided here is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician. Before undertaking any change in lifestyle or diet, we urge you to seek the guidance and services of qualified, licensed health professionals.

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Tahini Nutritional Panel

seaofstories

This is the best tahini I have ever had. Ever since the first time I purchased this brand, this is the only kind we use! Love it. Thank you Living Tree Community!

sjwwow

Some people are wine snobs. I am a tahini and almond butter snob. The only brand I will eat is from Living Tree. This has been my stance since I first became acquainted with the excellence of these butters, which was quite a few years ago. Whether making papaya pudding, vegetable hummus, salad dressings or any other place tahini is called for, this is the stuff!