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If you are interested in scheduling an Enkiteng Party, hearing more details, or have an idea for a joint fundraiser, e-mail us or call 609.466.3728. We’d love to hear from you!

Are you a retailer and are you interested in carrying our products? Whether you would like to buy our products at wholesale prices, or carry them on consignment, we want to hear from you! E-mail to [email protected], call us at 609.466.3728 or fill out the contact form below.

We’ll send you a box of a sample inventory ready to display and sell, along with brochures and product information. If you are interested, we will provide a slideshow and videos explaining the programs and highlighting the impact on the program participants, so you can even have a short presentation.

Individuals

Are you passionate about educating girls and empowering women? You can help us spread the word about our cause and raise money by selling our products! Host an Enkiteng party – a “Get-together With a Cause” – invite your friends who you think would be interested in what we do and shop handmade gifts (and gift wrapping bags!) from the comfort of your home!

THIS IS HOW IT WORKS:

Are you on Faire? Check out our wholesale page there

As a thank you, the host will receive a gift card for our products in the value of 20% of total sales at your party that can be used in person or online (shipping is on us!).

In the EU, there is actually a list of ‘official’ vegetable varieties. And a law governing seed sellers, which states that if a variety isn’t on the official list, then seed companies cannot ‘market’ the seed to anyone. In an immediate sense, this law only affects us, not you – because there are no laws at all governing the buying of seed or what vegetables anyone can grow. Selling unlisted seed? – that’s against the law. Buying unlisted seed? – that’s completely fine! So we should stress that for you it’s perfectly legal to buy any seed you like, plant it, grow it, and do whatever you want with it.

Our Unique Structure: Because we have no shareholders. the main aim of the company is not to make huge profits, but instead to supply great seeds to home gardeners at reasonable prices, and to educate people about home seed-saving. As part of our ethical policy, all staff are paid the same hourly wage, including the directors.

We have sent out over 104,000 sets of free home seed-saving instructions!

DEFRA registered Seed Merchant No 7289

Do check out our free seed-saving instructions to learn how to save your own seed at home.

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You can also buy wholesale seeds in quantities ranging from a kilogram to much larger quantities.

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I know someone who started a seed business with a suburban garden and a kitchen table. You don’t need a lot to start but you need drive and determination to stay in the business. Seed buyers want to buy seeds in uniform quantities that are cleaned and accurately named. If you want to grow your own seeds

If I wanted to start selling seeds (for example, tomatoes), how would I go about doing that? Do I have to grow my own strains, and then harvest the seeds, or is there places where you have to buy seeds (like a wholeseller)?

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