D'Hondt & Sons is a small family businesses, devoted to growing and crafting organic super foods in the fertile climate of the Nelson Tasman region.
Passionate about the relationship between health and nutrition, Michel spent years researching the use of bacteria and minerals in organic agriculture. He came to the conclusion that if there are no minerals in the soil, they won't be in food either. Fortunately, one thing that that most health professional agree on is that we need minerals and vitamins supplements to prevent disease.
Drawing on his experiences with EM Technology (Efficient Micro-organisms) and Bio Dynamic techniques, Michel created an unique fermentation process to extract the active compounds, of super foods like turmeric, spirulina, bee pollen, basil, coriander, cinnamon and chilies. He calls this process bio-fermentation.
D'Hondt and Sons have developed a whole range of fermented super foods for you to choose from and to enjoy the diverse health benefits.
Nutraceutical means a food or part of a food that provides medicinal or health benefits, including the prevention and treatment of disease. Our products are nutraceutical for the following reasons;
The D'Hondt and Sons bio-fermented bee pollen is one of the most powerful natural antioxidant on Earth... That's quite a statement! In fact, pollen it is one of the most complex foods that exist and this contributes to it's antioxidant ability. After the Bio-fermentation process, the co-enzymes in the pollen become bio-available, making it even more antioxidant.
The D'Hondt and Sons bio-fermented Turmeric Salts and Honey contain curcumin in a bio-available form. Curcumin is the active compound of the Turmeric and is a renowned for it's antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Our bio-fermented food makes life better, from the inside out.
Bio-Fermented Turmeric Sea Salt
Bio-Fermented Bee pollen and Turmeric Honey
Bio-Fermented Turmeric, Ginger and Cayenne chili pesto
Telephone: 00 64 3 528 66 47
Mobile: 0204 008 74 87
D'Hondt and Sons Ltd
2 Fry Street
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