Hi!

Thank you so much for taking a look at our products and considering stocking them!

This page has information and pricing for each of them...

Any other questions give me a call on 0203 808 5177 or my mobile 07855 521 463.

Best,

Rich

PS. When you've had a read, scroll to the bottom of the page to see the list of articles and scientific journals about the ingredients in the ENRICHD foods, we take this seriously and I think you guys will appreciate it! 


Trading together is easy!

1) Choose the products, sizes and flavours you'd like to stock.

2) Read the ingredients to make sure you like and agree with the product.

3) Place your order below (or by emailing hello@enrichd.org for bank transfers).

Questions? Call us on 0203 808 5177 (We also have a very concise and useful FAQ).


Products to choose from: 

1) Plant Based Protein (250g and 1KG)

Tastes amazing, mixes REALLY well, and is clean as a whistle! It's fermented golden / yellow pea (lower lectin) and cold pressed hemp protein which are great together because of their combined amino acid profile.  The digestive enzymes we choose support digestion, which is very important–right!?  This protein also includes Moringa and Chlorella for extra nutrients. Depending on the flavour you choose,  you will find cacao or berry extracts and also stevia to sweeten it up. They taste awesome!

2) Puerh or Green Tea (High grade 50g)

Absolutely stonking tea! The red is large leaf and some of the cleanest around. Tea is one of the most heavily pesticide commodities on the planet. Not ours. We at ENRICHD.ORG are fanatical about tea and these two are fantastic beverages we are proud to offer you and your customers.

3) Reishi Fruiting Body Extract (10:1)

Reishi mushroom (Ganoderma lucidum) is perhaps the most popular and oldest of all medicinal mushrooms. It has been used for 1000's of years and we love it! 

4) Reishi (50g Cracked Cell Reishi Spore Powder) 

The Reishi spore is highly potent part of the mushroom and higher in antioxidants than the fruiting body. Reishi has been well studied for it's ability to support the immune system.  AND...  It has also be studies for the following: Lowering inflammation, antiviral, antibacterial, anti-fungal, helps fight allergies and asthma (it's the triterpenes that help), help protect against viruses and infections, may defend against tumor growth and cancer (The science and journals are linked at the bottom of this page).

5) Lions Mane Extract (10:1)

Lion's Mane (H. erinaceus) is all about being sharp and focus. It's known in the foodie and science community as a nootropic (reputed to support brain function). We all need a bit of support up there, right!?

Lion's Mane is the "mushroom of focus". Reputed to support brain function and studied for it's neurotropic potential.

4) Greens Powder (250g)

This is a convenient way to get some of the highest quality green leaves in your diet. I'm going to assume you already know about greens powders, ours is different because it also has a hit of hemp protein in there and the digestive enzyme.

5) Chaga Powder / Chunks (100g)

Chaga is LOADED with antioxidants (beats almost all other foods), has been studied for its anti-viral, anti-cancer, anti-fungal, anti-allergic, anti-malarial, and anti-tumor properties. It may help with stomach issues including IBS, ulcers and gastritis, it has also been consumed for thousands of years because of these potential health benefits.

6) Maca (200g and Gelatinised)

You know this right? Supports a health hormonal balance, key–especially when training hard, tastes awesome, and also has thousands of years use and ample studies. Gelatinised is easier to digest than raw, the Peruvians laugh at us "Westerners" trying to eat raw maca.


The Numbers... (min order of 5)

PROTEIN 1KG RRP = £39.97

Trade = 33% profit (£13.19)

Trade Cost £26.78 per bag

PROTEIN 250g RRP = £11.97

Trade = 31% profit (£3.71)

Trade Cost £8.26 per bag

REISHI (Spore Powder) 50g RRP = £29.97

Trade = 30% profit (£8.99)

Trade Cost £20.98 per bag

REISHI (Dual Extract Fruiting Body) 50g RRP = £25.97

Trade = 33% profit (£8.56)

Trade Cost £17.41 per bag

LIONS MANE (10:1 Extract) 50g RRP = £24.97

Trade = 33% profit (£8.24)

Trade Cost £16.73 per bag

MACA 250g RRP = £15.97

Trade = 30% profit (£4.79)

Trade Cost £11.18 per bag

PUERH TEA 50g RRP = £13.97

Trade = 30% profit (£4.19)

Trade Cost £9.78 per bag

GREEN TEA 50G RRP = £7.50

Trade = 30% profit (£2.25)

Trade Cost £5.25 per bag.

GREENS POWDER 250g RRP = £21.97

Trade = 30% profit (£6.59)

Trade Cost £15.38 per bag

WILD CHAGA POWDER / CHUNKS 100g RRP = £19.97

Trade = 30% profit (£5.99)

Trade Cost £13.98 per bag


Shipping

After our team worship your foods we will summon in the fairies to fly your goods to your desired destination at the most reasonable of shipping costs: 

Cost: Up to 25kg = £4.95  I  25 to 100kg = £9.95  I  100kg+ = £19.95

Delivery time:  2 to 3 days


90-day Guarantee

When you place your order, if by some miraculous turn of events you haven't sold at least half of your order (which you will) you can carefully pack them up post them back to us at our expense and we will send you a full refund for those bags. (You will sell them, that's why we can offer this guarantee ;)


Place your order here...

Click to choose your quantity...


Why do this and why are we doing this?

The business  proposal is clear enough, but what else?

We've had enough seeing boxes, gyms, personal trainers and health stores pushing synthetic crap!

With this knowledge and the science we believe it our responsibility to support others in their change.

Our plant based protein powder is 3rd party tested and almost everything in there is actually organic.

Pea and hemp are great together because of their combined amino acid profile and the digestive enzymes we choose support digestion, which is very important. We also include moringa and cholera for extra nutrients. Depending on the flavour you choose,  we use cacao, and berry extracts and also stevia to sweeten it up.

Real ingredients.

Also, our other foods on offer are of the highest quality and ethically sourced so supporting the wellbeing of your valued customers.


Promotion

We will help you by giving you infographics to make it easy to communicate to clients, social media engagement, back links, blog post shout outs etc. You know, saying nice things about good people like you...


Free From Beaver Butt (and other bragging rights)

- Organic; in our proteins we use organic hemp, pea, cacao, moringa and chlorella. Other ingredients are derived from organic sources.

- 3rd party testing shows our foods to be cleaner than certified organic competitors.

- Assimilation; we choose to include the following foods and digestive enzymes as a means supporting digestion and assimilation of nutrients; peppermint leaf, fennel seed, ginger extract 20:1, betaine HCL, bromelain, lipase, amylase and protease.

- The vanilla , berry and cacao extracts we use are also derived from organic foods though,
because of labeling regulations, are listed as natural flavours (no beaver butt scent in these).


Our Agreement

By making any purchase of ENRICHD products you automatically agree to the following:

1) You wont b.s your clients.  We are here to help so call us with any technical / product info–please don't make it up :)

2) The RRP is the RRP. Feel free to offer discounts but please stand by the RRP.

3) Bro/Sis code. We are in this together, we will support you in your mission as best we can!


Massive Info-Graphic (Protein)


The Science & References

1) "We really don’t know what effect large amounts of these chemicals will have over many years."

http://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/artificial-sweeteners-sugar-free-but-at-what-cost-201207165030

2) "We guzzle enormous quantities of these chemicals, mostly in the form of aspartame, sucralose and saccharin, which are used to enliven the flavor of everything from Diet Coke to toothpaste. Yet there are worries. Many suspect that all this sweetness comes at some hidden cost to our health..."

Shell, E.R., 2015. Artificial Sweeteners Get a Gut Check. Scientific American, 312(4), pp.32-34.

3) “GMOs (or “genetically modified organisms”) are living organisms whose genetic material has been artificially manipulated in a laboratory through genetic engineering, or GE. This relatively new science creates unstable combinations of plant, animal, bacteria and viral genes that do not occur in nature or through traditional crossbreeding methods.”

Whitman, D.B., 2000. Genetically modified foods: harmful or helpful?. CSA Discovery guides, pp.1-13.

4) Work, H.G.F. and Coming, G.A., Genetically Modified Foods.

5) Whitman, D.B., 2000. Genetically modified foods: harmful or helpful?. CSA Discovery guides, pp.1-13.

6) Dhaka, V., Gulia, N., Ahlawat, K.S. and Khatkar, B.S., 2011. Trans fats—sources, health risks and alternative approach-A review. Journal of food science and technology, 48(5), pp.534-541.

7) Anwar, F., Latif, S., Ashraf, M. and Gilani, A.H., 2007. Moringa oleifera: a food plant with multiple medicinal uses. Phytotherapy research, 21(1), pp.17-25.

8) Brody, T., 1998. Nutritional biochemistry. Academic press.

9) Chaga:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2681140/
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22819687
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22135889
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2895696/
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1193547/
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26210065
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26853962
http://www.fengshuilondon.net/health/chaga-mushrooms-health-benefits-of-chaga
https://www.uaf.edu/files/olli/Chaga-Powerpoint.pdf

10) Reishi:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK92757/
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18550308
https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/cpb1958/48/7/48_7_1026/_pdf
https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/cpb1958/48/7/48_7_1026/_article
http://acupuncturetoday.com/mpacms/at/article.php?id=32841
http://www.ganoderma-for-health.com/triterpenes.html
http://www.nhs.uk/news/2015/06June/Pages/Mushroom-supplement-could-be-one-way-to-tackle-obesity.aspx
http://www.reishi.com/research.htm
https://oriveda.wordpress.com/reishi-the-facts/
http://dixonnetworkingassociates.org/files/reishi.pdf
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/paul-stamets/reishi-mushrooms_b_2200808.html
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0940299310002332
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22659462