Healthy food for a better quality of life!


Hello Everyone!

This is the moment I am waiting for and I am happy to introduce to you:

Canarium “The First Virgin”

Pili nuts come from the Pili tree (Genus: Canarium ovatum Engl.). Pili are native to maritime Southeast Asia, Papua New Guinea, and Northern Australia. They are commercially cultivated in the Philippines for their edible nuts. The Pili tree is a hardy rainforest tree that bears a nut with a very hard pointed shell, which houses the creamy, yummy nut. Pili nuts have a rich, buttery flavor, often said to be superior to that of almonds. Slender, with a length of around 2-1/2 inches and a diameter of around ¾ inches.

Another unknown by-product is the Pili oil. Pili Pulp and Kernel can be extracted and used for cooking or as a substitute raw material for cotton seed oil in the manufacture of soap, beauty, perfume and edible products. From the…

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  1. Thank you Ledia for the reblogged! Thanks for helping me out and most of all the following……

    • You are so very welcome, Jenny. I will do what I can for your new business. BEST OF LUCK!!!

      • All the best 😉 and many many thanks…………

      • You are very welcome!

      • 🙂

      • 🙂

  2. Hi Ledia,
    I dont know if you were asking me about whether you can buy in the website or another follower. Yes you can, just contact Vitor Goyena in the contact information is in the blog section and click the picture in the link. However, Paypal will be added in the website by July 2012.

    • I will look for that. Your product sounds intriguing!

      • Thanks Ledia 😉

      • You are very welcome.

      • All the best to both of us 😉

      • Yes, for sure.

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