The templiner is designed to stabilize the temperature in sea freight containers and protect the product from large swings in temperature that can cause condensation in the container.  Here a container lined and ready for a load of Chia Seed.

chia seed loading

Recently harvested chia seed drying in the sun prior to cleaning, processing and packing.  This is required for some batches of chia seed that come in from the farm with high humidity – often an issue with organic product – conventional products are often dried on the field using chemicals.

Chia Seed Drying in the Sun

Organic Chia

Getting our boots dirty on the ground at organic chia seed farms this week – the final checkup before harvest – very impressed by what we saw.

Organic Chia Seed

Weekly Order Reports

Shipping stuff to the opposite side of the world usually means transit times of 30-40 days so we feel it’s vital to keep customers updated and we do that with visual reports for each order on the water, sent every Friday.

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New Order Updates!

With international trade, from the time you place your order until the time the product enters your warehouse several weeks can pass, with shipping times along being at least 4 weeks. To help our customers keep tabs on where there order is at, we provide a weekly update with a visual diagram of your orders progress, from the time you order right through to when it arrives in your warehouse.Update Emails_lr

If you are not already getting these updates for your orders, please contact our Operations Manager, Matthew Steele, at, and you will be included on future updates on your own orders.

Like other things we do, these updates are part of making it easy for you to business with TradeLink International in our quest to be the most efficient, reliable and dynamic supplier of specialty foods.