This pretty lady chutney was born in Sydney and is one with all that organic tomato-ey-ness. However, the kaffir lime is the absolute star, that citrus-y-ness to it is magical.
'rescued' organic tomatoes, kaffir lime, 'rescued' organic onions, organic raisins/sultanas, cider vinegar, fairtrade organic sugar, organic red chilli and fairtrade organic spices
Small scale farms in and around NSW (Australia) and Fairtrade food co-operatives in India and Paraguay
Eat Me Chutneys rescue squishy, wonky, bruised or simply unsold fruits and vegetables and convert them into rescued chutneys.
They choose to focus on providing employment to female disadvantaged job seekers in the community. The employment program aims to develop living skills and provide women with a new found sense of purpose and meaning in their lives. It intends to build independence and promote a healthy reintegration back into the community, as valued and participating members.