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Desire Tree International derives its name from a Sanskrit term: ancient texts refer to a magical Desire Tree (the Sanskrit term is kalpa taru) that can fulfill anyone’s desires.
Desire Tree International derives its name from a Sanskrit term: ancient texts refer to a magical Desire Tree (the Sanskrit term is kalpa taru) that can fulfill anyone’s desires. Nature itself can be likened to a Desire Tree, providing the necessities for comfortable, peaceful, and healthy lives. Our priorities at Desire Tree International are both to provide others with the simple gifts from nature and to assist people in attaining a healthier lifestyle. Although most food companies spend a large portion of their revenue on advertising, we focus on increasing the quality of our products and providing more information for our customers. Whatever we get, we try to give back with increased value. That is how the Desire Tree works. If we take the gifts graciously, we receive unlimited benefits.
The majority of prepared foods are far removed from the actual ingredients provided by nature. Packages bearing “all-natural” labels frequently reveal long lists of ingredients that could make one run to a dictionary or a scientific journal. Therefore, our primary objective is to remain wholesome and basic-the simpler the better; in keeping with that priority, we chose to make our bars GMO-free.
Our second goal is to remind people that choosing nature’s simple, satisfying foods is imperative to leading a healthier lifestyle. With obesity, diabetes, cancer, heart disease, and high blood pressure on the rise, people need to eat better quality foods.
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