Bali Spice Islands Attending ECRM® EPPS Event In Washington, D.C.

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Bali Spice Islands is gearing up to show off its diverse line of Indonesian made products at the upcoming ECRM EPPS event in early January in Washington, D.C.

Bali Spice Islands Coconut Chips fall under dietary guidelines including Paleo, vegan, diabetic, gluten-free, dairy-free, grain-free, soy-free and low-carb.

Having Bali Spice Islands at ECRM can make an impact on the world’s ecosystem by rewarding organic farming practices.

Bali Spice Islands is gearing up to show off its diverse line of Indonesian made products at the upcoming ECRM® EPPS event in early January in Washington, D.C.

The Vitamin, Weight Management and Sports Nutrition Efficient Program Planning Sessions (EPPS) is a trade show where health, wellness and nutrition companies like Bali Spice Islands can network with major retail buyers in private sessions to show off their products. EPPS has the potential to grow Bali Spice Islands’ brand recognition, letting people learn about products being imported to the U.S. including its coconut chips, coconut sugar, black and red rice, Superizer (a probiotic fertilizer), Pet SuperFood and five flavors of health tea.

“We are representing the Indonesian rainforest and its farmers,” Bali Spice Islands CEO Lisa Gorman said. “Having Bali Spice Islands at ECRM® can make an impact on the world’s ecosystem by rewarding organic farming practices. ECRM will let big retailers learn about our amazing products that provide revenue for a third world country.”

Bali Spice Islands products are made in Java, Indonesia, in partnership with the Indonesian Rainforest Foundation. This partnership promotes green practices and environmental protection through production of products with an international appeal. Many farmers rely on partnerships, such as the one with Bali Spice Islands, to aid in exportation of their products and to receive fair trade prices.

“Our products are a gateway for Americans to support the environment through more health-conscious snacking. An added bonus is that they’re absolutely delicious,” Gorman said. “For example, our Coconut Chips come in Coconut Candy, Sweet Chili, Sweet Ginger, Bali Seat Salt and Cinnamon flavors.”

EPPS is a branch of the Efficient Collaborative Retail Marketing (ECRM®) event series held Jan. 7-11 at the Hilton Washington in Washington, D.C. Brands are able to have direct discussions with retailers and other brands about business objectives like product launches, marketing campaigns and more. Some of the major retailers include Amazon.com, Costco, CVS, GNC, Harris Teeter, LuckyVitamin.com, Meijer, Sam’s Club, The Fresh Market, Vitamin Shoppe, Walgreens, Whole Foods and more.

Bali Spice Islands Coconut Chips fall under dietary guidelines including Paleo, vegan, diabetic, gluten-free, dairy-free, grain-free, soy-free and low-carb. No white sugar is used in these chips, but low-Glycemic Index coconut sugar is used in several flavors.

For more information on Bali Spice Islands’ products and the company’s various activism efforts toward “Environmental Sustainability”, visit http://www.balispiceislands.com.

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