Rio Trading bring some of the top botanicals & herbs from South America to the UK

Rio Trading has been around for over a quarter of a century, bringing some of the top botanicals & herbs from South America to the UK

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Rio Trading operates to high ideals with its fair trade policy, from sustainable sources, use of natural ingredients and its commitment to  minimising the use of any additives.

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Rio Trading have a range of products and are also the exclusive U.K. distributors for Green Magma Organic Green Barley Juice extract. This is also true for Nutramedix products and Earth•Line and Sea•Line natural body care products.

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Rio Trading believe that these ranges are a perfect fit with their vision to become an all-round supplier of quality natural health products.

 

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