January’s Superb Selection of Nutrient-Dense Foods From NutriCargo


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(YorkPedia Editorial):- Clifton, New Jersey Jan 13, 2023 ( – NutriCargo is proud to announce January specials on select ingredients. Our customers are always looking for ways to maintain their health and wellness, so we’ve gathered some of the best ingredients at great prices this month. From superfruits to plant-based proteins, we have something for everyone this January. Shop now and take advantage of these great prices!

On sale right now is NutriCargo’s chlorella powder. Chlorella, a species of single-celled green algae in the division Chlorophyta, is known for its robust and diversified array of antioxidants. Notable elements include omega-3s, vitamin C, beta-carotene, and lutein, likely contributing to superior health benefits.

Also on sale, this month is NutriCargo’s Okra Powder. Okra, also known as ladies’ fingers, is a powerhouse of vital nutrients. Packed with vitamins B and C, minerals such as potassium and calcium, and essential folic acid – all in addition to being low on calories but high in dietary fiber – it’s no surprise that this flowering plant from the mallow family has become increasingly popular among health-conscious individuals!

The list of NutriCargo ingredients on sale includes agar agar powder, bladderwrack powder, dulse powder, gigartina powder, Irish moss powder, okra powder, wakame powder, yacon root powder, cucumber powder, green lipped mussel powder, pumpkin seed powder, salicornia powder, sweet potato powder organic, chlorella powder & many more. View the entire list on

NutriCargo is an online ingredient supplier with hundreds of natural ingredients. The company has a 4.9/5 star rating on, with over 1,000 positive reviews from customers. They also have an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau.

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