Fiji-grown Pantry Items
Kata Fiji Bongo Chilli Sauce, Fiji's finest chilli sauce made from fresh Bongo chillies. The Hot Sauce that supports Fijian Farmers.
Made with ethically sourced, locally grown Bongo Chillies. Perfectly balanced to enhance every dish.
Fiji Bongo Chillies are famous not only for their fiery heat (up to 350,000 Scoville units) but also for their unique taste. Now the world can experience what Fijians have known forever.
Four great reasons you should try Kata Fiji Bongo Chilli Sauce:
1 - Support Fijian farmers
2 - All natural. No artificial colours, no artificial flavours, no artificial preservatives and no added sugar
3 - Made with 3 clean and simple ingredients
4 - Does not overpower the taste of food
Fiji Bongo Chilli Sauce has an initial punch but does not keep blowing your head off. It compliments food without overpowering the taste. Amazing locally made sauce with no preservatives, additives or sugar. Get a bit of healthy spice in your life, all the way from the pristine Fiji Islands!
We have our own bee hives on the Bulaccino Organic Farm and produce delicious, raw Fiji-made honey. We have traditional bee hives and flow bee hives, spread across our 30 acre organic farm in Nadi.
Our Bees love tending to our crops. They make our fruits sweeter and our veggies taste better. They work so hard to keep our farm going and make delicious organic honey full of goodness. We have lots of beautiful plants on the Bulaccino Organic farm especially for our bees. We also grow fruit, vegetables, herbs and have free range chickens, ducks and sheep on the farm.
Some interesting facts about pure organic honey are that it soothes coughs, boosts your memory, can be used to treat open wounds, can relieve seasonal allergies, it kills antibiotic-resistant bacteria, cleans your skin if applied (pimples and acne), it is great workout fuel, resolves scalp problems and dandruff, it is an instant relief for sunburn and it even helps metabolise alcohol!!
Virgin Coconut Oil from Fiji’s Batiki Island - completely natural, organic and cold-pressed. Bula Batiki raw coconut oil is hand-made using 6 of Batiki’s finest coconuts in each jar - so pure you can eat it! Vegan and Vegetarian friendly, Gluten-free.
The sign of a great organic coconut oil is when it goes crystal clear with temperatures above 24°C like ours does.
Bula Batiki cold-pressed coconut oil is hand-made by the villagers of Batiki Island, not produced in a factory. Made from Batiki Island’s own naturally growing organic coconuts and 'Organic Pasifika' certified. NOTHING added or taken away.
We add a little tag to each jar with the name of the Fijian family and village that produced it so that you can see how personal it is to us, and exactly who you're supporting by buying Bula Batiki Coconut Oil. We’re the only organic, cold-pressed virgin coconut oil in the world that can be traced this way!
Batiki Island is nestled in the centre of Fiji’s Lomaiviti Archipelago, surrounded by its tropical neighbours: Ovalau, Wakaya, Gau, Koro, Nairai and many other islands and islets!
Raw, organic and cold-pressed keeping all of its natural coconut goodness. Hand-made by villagers from Batiki Island.
Gluten, lactose and cholesterol free. Produced on an Island free from pollution or fumes.
Why use organic coconut oil
Organic coconut oil is incredibly healthy; filled with good fats, and none of the bad ones. It contains antioxidants, medium chain fatty acids (MCFA) and vitamins. Perfect for cooking, adding to tea/coffee/smoothies, using in beauty treatments and many more.
For natural beauty, slather on to your hair and skin for wonderful hydration, use as a make-up remover or in ‘oil pulling’ to improve oral health.
Read more about Virgin Coconut Oil in our Blog Post here
About Bula Batiki
Bula Batiki was created in order to provide a sustainable income for Batiki Island, Fiji, and to implement projects aimed at developing education, healthcare and housing standards within its remote community.
We are a non-profit organisation and 100% of our profits are being reinvested back into the island community.