Shipping Facts
blue corn shipment FER-2059 Amigos de Ozolco, Mexico to Feral Trade, UK
import costs: purchase & freightgross
price paid to supplier Jaime Boyso, 30 MXN at 22 MXN to GBP 1.361.36
total1.361.36
Blue corn grown in Ozolco, the highest village before Mexico's most articulate volcano Popocatepetl. Each farmer preserves his own corn seeds down the generations giving rise to hundreds of native varieties within the same village. Farmer and chef Jaime Boyso cultivates blue and white corn on his semi-vertical 4 acre plot, interspersed with fruit trees, beans, agave and nopale cactus for home consumption. The dried corn is processed into toasted flour (pinole) by Amigos de Ozolco in their family-home factory, for export to Philadelphia where 40% of Ozolco currently lives, a project effectively reversing NAFTA's efforts to flood the Mexican market with cheap American corn.
Feral Trade (Import-Export) is a grocery business trading over social networks. Feral Trade runs freight using the spare baggage space of friends, colleagues and passing acquaintances; for product requests or courier offers contact kate@feraltrade.org
feral trade since 2003 www.feraltrade.org
 
Shipping Facts
blue corn shipment FER-2059 Amigos de Ozolco, Mexico to Feral Trade, UK
import costs: purchase & freightgross
price paid to supplier Jaime Boyso, 30 MXN at 22 MXN to GBP 1.361.36
total1.361.36
Blue corn grown in Ozolco, the highest village before Mexico's most articulate volcano Popocatepetl. Each farmer preserves his own corn seeds down the generations giving rise to hundreds of native varieties within the same village. Farmer and chef Jaime Boyso cultivates blue and white corn on his semi-vertical 4 acre plot, interspersed with fruit trees, beans, agave and nopale cactus for home consumption. The dried corn is processed into toasted flour (pinole) by Amigos de Ozolco in their family-home factory, for export to Philadelphia where 40% of Ozolco currently lives, a project effectively reversing NAFTA's efforts to flood the Mexican market with cheap American corn.
Feral Trade (Import-Export) is a grocery business trading over social networks. Feral Trade runs freight using the spare baggage space of friends, colleagues and passing acquaintances; for product requests or courier offers contact kate@feraltrade.org
feral trade since 2003 www.feraltrade.org
 
Shipping Facts
blue corn shipment FER-2059 Amigos de Ozolco, Mexico to Feral Trade, UK
import costs: purchase & freightgross
price paid to supplier Jaime Boyso, 30 MXN at 22 MXN to GBP 1.361.36
total1.361.36
Blue corn grown in Ozolco, the highest village before Mexico's most articulate volcano Popocatepetl. Each farmer preserves his own corn seeds down the generations giving rise to hundreds of native varieties within the same village. Farmer and chef Jaime Boyso cultivates blue and white corn on his semi-vertical 4 acre plot, interspersed with fruit trees, beans, agave and nopale cactus for home consumption. The dried corn is processed into toasted flour (pinole) by Amigos de Ozolco in their family-home factory, for export to Philadelphia where 40% of Ozolco currently lives, a project effectively reversing NAFTA's efforts to flood the Mexican market with cheap American corn.
Feral Trade (Import-Export) is a grocery business trading over social networks. Feral Trade runs freight using the spare baggage space of friends, colleagues and passing acquaintances; for product requests or courier offers contact kate@feraltrade.org
feral trade since 2003 www.feraltrade.org
 
Shipping Facts
blue corn shipment FER-2059 Amigos de Ozolco, Mexico to Feral Trade, UK
import costs: purchase & freightgross
price paid to supplier Jaime Boyso, 30 MXN at 22 MXN to GBP 1.361.36
total1.361.36
Blue corn grown in Ozolco, the highest village before Mexico's most articulate volcano Popocatepetl. Each farmer preserves his own corn seeds down the generations giving rise to hundreds of native varieties within the same village. Farmer and chef Jaime Boyso cultivates blue and white corn on his semi-vertical 4 acre plot, interspersed with fruit trees, beans, agave and nopale cactus for home consumption. The dried corn is processed into toasted flour (pinole) by Amigos de Ozolco in their family-home factory, for export to Philadelphia where 40% of Ozolco currently lives, a project effectively reversing NAFTA's efforts to flood the Mexican market with cheap American corn.
Feral Trade (Import-Export) is a grocery business trading over social networks. Feral Trade runs freight using the spare baggage space of friends, colleagues and passing acquaintances; for product requests or courier offers contact kate@feraltrade.org
feral trade since 2003 www.feraltrade.org