This nourishing hot drink is made with nutrient-packed Organic Pumpkin Powder. It is naturally sweet and delicious. We blend our Pumpkin Powder with our Pure Collagen Powder, MCT powder, Cinnamon and Ginger to make a nutritious, protein-rich and creamy Spiced Pumpkin Latte.
When you purchase a Harvest Table product you can be assured of our promise that our products contain zero preservatives, additives, fillers or flavourants.
The Harvest Table facility has been certified Halaal by MJC. Our certificate number is HT 5558.
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3 Tablespoons. You can take multiple servings per day.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Add 3 TBS to boiling water to dissolve. Add a milk and sweetener of your choice for a delicious and nutritious hot drink.
Also delicious added into shakes or smoothies.
Add a few tablespoons into a vegetable soup to add flavour.
The Harvest Table
At The Harvest Table we believe that ancient wisdom can be used to guide the lifestyle choices that we make today and that returning to some of the ancient traditions can be exceptionally beneficial. Bone Broth is an example of a simple stock that was slowly brewed over a number of days to ensure that all of the beneficial nutrients were removed from the bones and marrow. This process gives a nutritional depth to the final product that is absent from modern-day stock powders.
Modern-day lifestyles are often so busy that many of us tend to make repetitive food choices thereby missing nutrients that may be available to us if we chose a wider range of foods to consume.