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Nature’s Basket, the first organic supermarket brand of Mauritius, joins in Cascavelle Shopping Village
26 November 2019
Nature’s Basket, the first organic supermarket brand of Mauritius, joins in Cascavelle Shopping Village

Nature’s Basket of Cascavelle Shopping Village is the 2nd such outlet of Mantra Wellness – the first being at Les Allées d’Helvétia, Moka. Nature’s Basket offers a choice of foodstuff and spices as well as wellness and body care products. Supplies originate from the United States, Italy, Spain and India.


The foodstuff section offers rice, almond and coconut flours, among others; wholemeal and zero gluten pasta; a choice of pulses, spices, nutritive seeds and supplements. On the beverage shelves: almond milk, water, a selection of teas and infusions, and Kombucha, whose regenerative virtues are acknowledged.


Nature’s Basket’s conscious consumption approach is also expressed through its shopping baskets manufactured from plant fibres and glass containers to take away spices and body oils.


What does a Bio label bring  the consumer?

Organic products, as opposed to these coming from conventional agriculture, have banned pesticides and GMO from their cultural practices. Consuming organic products therefore limits the body’s intake of toxic substances.


For details and to keep up with new arrivals at Nature’s Basket of Cascavelle Shopping Village : Facebook Link


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