6 x 125g Organic Super Boost Turmeric Blend
Our Super Boost Turmeric Blend (formally sold as Turmeric Latte Mix) is a warming blend of turmeric (57%), cardamom, ginger, nutmeg and black pepper powders. This spice blend is perfect to use in drinks and cooking.
- No Added Sugars or Fillers
- Gluten and Dairy Free
- Fair Trade
It is naturally high in:
- Potassium - contributes to the maintenance of normal blood pressure
- Magnesium and iron - contribute to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue
- Iron also contributes to the normal function of the immune system
- Manganese - contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress
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How to use
For a tropical blend smoothie:
Blend ½ tsp. Super Boost Turmeric Blend with 4 pieces of mango, 4 pieces of pineapple and 125ml Lucy Bee Coconut Milk.
For a turmeric latte:
Blend 1/4 – 1 tsp. (to suit your taste) Super Boost Turmeric Blend with 250ml Lucy Bee Coconut Milk and optional Lucy Bee Coconut Sugar. Add to a saucepan and gently warm through, to serve.
- Use as a rub
- Stir into curries & sauces
- Liven up breads, bites and bakes
- Add to homemade granola
- For a tasty marinade for vegetables, tofu, fish & meat, blend 1 tsp. Super Boost Turmeric Blend with 1 tbsp. melted Lucy Bee Coconut Oil, juice of ½ lemon and optional chilli flakes
What do I Taste Like?
Our organic Turmeric Latte Mix has a rich and spicy aroma and flavour – each spice adds its own flavour, resulting in a warm and satisfying drink.
Where am I From?
All of the spices in this mix are grown in Kerala, part of the Indian Peninsula, under organic guidelines.
Why Fair Trade?
We’re passionate about supporting the farmers and workers who grow these spices.
Funds are used in various ways including sustainable community projects, such as water conservation; to pay fair wages; support education for farmers in new techniques, as well as education for children; and ensure contracts for all workers.
Our aim is to use totally eco-friendly packaging. We’ve moved away from our old-style tubs for this product and in addition to our own beliefs, we’ve listened to our customers to reduce waste in all areas possible.
Something that we have to consider when packaging our products is the durability of packaging and whether it is ‘fit for purpose’. By this we mean that the products have to reach you in one piece, be kept fresh for you to enjoy and that we use materials which are suitable for the product itself.
Whilst our old-style tubs are recyclable, we realised that these are not as eco-friendly as we would like them to be and so we’ve been busy repackaging our range of powders to use FSC cartons instead.
FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) improves how the world’s forests are managed so all of our new cartons carry the FSC logo. The FSC card carton is recyclable, compostable and biodegradable.
To ensure the powders are kept fresh and uncontaminated, they are packaged in an inner bag which is recyclable, and then placed into the carton.
We have to get the cartons from the packers to our warehouse or to stores. To do this, we use sturdy cardboard boxes which double up as a shelf-ready tray for use in stores. This replaces our old card trays and plastic shrink-wrap. In this way, we’re reducing waste and plastic.
1.How to Make Turmeric Milk?
Blend ½ to 1 teaspoon of Lucy Bee Turmeric Mix with 250ml of
your favourite milk, then heat through. Sweeten if that’s how
you like it.
2. Where is Turmeric Found?
Turmeric is a root and is part of the ginger family. The turmeric
in our Turmeric Latte Mix is grown in Kerala, India.
3. What Does Turmeric Contain?
Turmeric contains the active ingredient, Curcumin, which gives
it its vibrant colour. The turmeric in our Mix contains 3.4%
curcumin – a typical root contains about 2-5%.
4. Does Turmeric Stain Skin?
Yes, it can do. Remove by rubbing lemon juice into the affected
area. If using turmeric in a face mask, add natural yoghurt and
this seems to stop it from staining your skin.
5. How Much Curcumin in Turmeric Spice?
Lucy Bee Turmeric contains 3.4% curcumin. A typical root
Organic: Turmeric (57%); cardamom; ginger; nutmeg; black pepper.
Typical values per 100g
Energy kj 1211
of which saturates 0.5g
of which sugars 4.0g
Contains naturally occurring sugars