Coconut shell charcoal?

Yes, you read it right. The coconut shell, or rather the biomass¹ from it, can produce a product of superior quality to traditional charcoal, with an enormous advantage to the environment: it is not necessary to cut down any tree to produce it.

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A lifelong alliance

The year 2019 was an important milestone for Ecotok and the Juruá Institute, which joined forces for a common purpose: to preserve life. Since its creation, the Ecotok brand has aimed to go beyond an eco friendly product. The brand ...

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Even more present in Europe

Probably some of you are wondering, “What does that mean?" For those who do not know, the Ecotok brand has been present in Europe since 2009, where it started ...

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How about BBQ in winter?

Did you know that for some consumers winter is not a problem to have BBQ? In Italy, for example, 75% of those who responded to the Idealo UK survey have barbecue in the coldest season (see chart below)....

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Reforestation and Regenerative Agriculture

The immediate need to reduce deforestation on our planet, one of the villains of the environment, sees in Reforestation and Regenerative Agriculture key allies to reverse the growth curve of global warming.

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BBQ In the apartment? Yes, it is possible. And without bothering the neighbors

It might not be an easy task to prepare a barbecue in your apartment. On one hand, the desire to enjoy a ..

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Restaurants, gastronomy and the pandemic

Everyone knows that restaurants have been one of the hardest hit sectors worldwide since the start of the pandemic. There is no doubt that the situation...

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Vegetarian BBQ: It can be as delicious as the traditional

The word BBQ can be a nightmare for a vegetarian, isn't it? After all, the name BBQ is traditionally linked..

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Böögg: the biggest barbecue in Switzerland

Zürich, Swiss city best known for being the financial center of Switzerland and one of the most important in the world, is also known for the charm of its lake..

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Earth: we are caretakers, not owners

It is not news to anyone else that the Earth's weather conditions have entered a kind of hurricane, to put it in the same terminology as a weather phenomenon.

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BBQ: DO You prefer well done, medium or rare?

Opinions can differ when it comes to the exact point at which meat should be cooked. But, one thing is certain: barbecue is good at any point, since ....

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The UK National BBQ Week celebrates its 25th Anniversary

Next July, Great Britain will have two reasons to celebrate. The first is the 25th Anniversary of ....

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Food like you have never seen. Or eaten

In recent times entrepreneurs have been launching themselves in the search for solutions that find, at the same time, authentic meat flavour, accessible....

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We have no choice, but to protect the environment

In the last decades the environmental issue has been dealt with prominently in the media and through global summits, which have been launched in the....

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The Circular Economy breakthrough

Industrialised products had for a long time a very similar life cycle: extraction of raw materials from nature, manufacture, use and disposal. This....

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How to make the barbecue pay off without chewing the fat?

Overeating and getting satiated as quickly as possible seems almost like a barbecue rule. Following this same thought, those who organize the party see it as a ....

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Wagyu: the most expensive beef in the world

Wagyu is a breed of beef from Japan that produces what is considered the most expensive steak in the world. And, for many people, the tastiest. But what is Wagyu's secret? Well, there are several. To improve..

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The best barbecues for the most demanding BBQ lovers

Whoever loves BBQ also loves talking about the subject and everything that revolves around this way of life. Be it meat fish, chicken or even vegetables ...

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Have you ever tasted game meat. Game meat?

Wait a minute! What does it mean? Think of the word game, meaning something with rules done primarily for fun or to pass the time - that also applies to the ...

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Red Meat: Guilty or Innocent?

Red meat is known to be rich in high biological value proteins, vitamins and minerals. Its importance for human development is real. A fossil found in...

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“Blah, blah, blah”. Greta Thunberg

The Swedish activist has currently been one of the, let's say, most active and respected voices when it comes to the environment. The famous expression...

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The myth behind the BBQ origin

According to archeological studies, the Taino people have ancient inhabitants of the Amazon region as ancestors, who also speak the Arawak language ...

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Have you ever harmonized your barbecue with cachaça?

Beers are a popular drink at any barbecue, regardless of the country that traditionally has a BBQ culture. ...

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BBQ trade fairs are back in Europe

Europe will literally start lighting the embers from next March, for the barbecue trade fair season. Certainly with all the sanitary protocols recommend...

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Barbecue in the land of Asterix

The French BBQ market has surprised all those who love to gather with friends and family to grill meats, vegetables, fruits, etc, and have a good time around the embers.

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Motor home: a way to travel and live

During and after the pandemic, a trend has regained strength among those who love to travel in a different way, with a very particular style: the Motor home or Camping car.....

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AMAZON AND LIFE

The World Environment Week used to lead us to reflect on our future, our children and grandchildren. On humanity as a whole. Sharply, this reflection changed to the present in a very short period of time, that is, it is about now......

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The Pirarucu and its women

Greta Thumberg would be proud to know that women from the middle Juruá, in the Amazon, contribute at the same time to the environmental balance in that region, with their work and community-based management of the largest freshwater fish in the world, the pirarucu (arapaima)*...

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MEGA TRENDS FOR SUSTAINABLE LIVING

Among consumers and companies, more and more attention is focused on social, environmental, ethical and moral issues. This turns into decisions framed by concerns for the environment, sustainability, animal welfare, production and work practices as well as goals to positively impact communities and people....

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