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Buy Local, Sustainable Products 

Do you live in Cartagena and want to use high-quality products that are good for you and the environment, plus support local businesses and families? Wondering what to bring home as a gift to friends and family? Organizing a business meeting or conference in Colombia and need to give gifts to clients? 
We believe that consumer choice has power and have created a list of products we love and are produced locally and sustainably as suggestions for people interested in purchasing such products. Prices are in Colombian Pesos.

Artisinal Grape Wine

$20,000cop per bottle

A sweet wine produced just outside of Cartagena by a group of nuns and women. The only ingredients are grapes and sugar. This wine has been fermenting for over 1 year and is delicious, flavorful, strong, and great on ice. 

Model Wooden Canoe


These mini-canoes are made by youth from a foundation that works to restore and teach old ways.

Organic Cacao

$12,000 - 38,000cop, depending on size

Cacao is the bean that chocolate is made from, but is more pure and nutritious. Cacao is planted, picked and made by local farmers just outside of Cartagena. Especially good to make hot chocolate or to bake with.

Wallet Made From Recycled Materials

$10,000 COP

This wallet is made by kids from a local foundation and from 100% recycled materials. 

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Cold-Pressed Coconut Oil

$15,000 - 35,000cop (depending on size)

Coconuts are picked, shredded, and cold-pressed by hand to exract the oil so that its nutrients and beneficial properties are not lost in production process. Produced 3 hours from Cartagena by a group of women. Operations are overseen by a local couple dedicated to sustainability and healthy living. 

Organic Honey

$20,000cop per bottle

This 100% organic honey is produced by a small farmers association in Montes de Maria, an area 1.5 hours from Cartagena that has been severly affected by the armed conflict and guerrila warfare.

Peanut Butter

$8,000 - 15,000cop (depending on size)

Peanuts are planted, roasted and ground using traditional tecniques in a town called San Basilio de Palenque, a UNESCO World Heritage Site where African culture, language, and traditions are well preserved even today. 

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