Wunder translates to miracle, and we focus on plants that have a quality that can be classed as such.
Set up by Tom & Zoe in 2014, Wunder Workshop is inspired by intuitive herbalism and Ayurveda - in particular, the preventative and holistic approach that this ancient medical system uses to maintain optimal physical and mental health.
As conscious citizens themselves, all the decisions they make at Wunder Workshop are based on a set of ethical and sustainable values to promote a transparent relationship between grower and consumer.
In keeping with these values, they source functional ingredients to create products with integrity and purpose. Their full-circle approach to their products, maintains that the farmers, the environment, soil health and their customers are in mind at every stage, from growing to the final sip.
Everything we consume carries a story, from where it was grown, who farmed it and processed it, including how it was packaged. Wunder Workshop believes these stories are the most valuable part of the process and connect us to the origin. They believe this should be transparent to all.
Wunder Workshop ethically source their organic turmeric and most of their other ingredients directly from small community farms in Sri Lanka that use a sustainable farming technique called Forest Gardening, supporting Sri Lanka's natural biodiversity, soil health, the farmers and the local community. They also source ingredients that are wild-harvested (Fair Wild certified), growing in their natural habitat. They avoid mono-cultural farms wherever possible.
To share the highest quality and sustainably sourced herbs, spices, mushrooms and medicinal plants with our global community.
To cultivate awareness about where our food comes from and disrupt the outdated spice trading system that ignores the health of the planet and the wellbeing of the farmers.
To use only sustainable and ethical farming techniques that are good for the grower, environment and consumer. We work with family owned, single-origin farms and small community co-operatives.
To preserve the ancient and traditional wisdom of medicinal plants, and connect people to this knowledge.
To educate people about food as a functional tool to enrich our bodies.
To change the attitude from curing disease to preventing disease.