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La Tagua - Show Infomation 2014 Mar.
Bell Tower Shops - Fort Myers
Mar. 15 & 16, 2014
10am-5pm

13499 US 41 SE, Fort Myers, FL  33907.
I-75 to exit 131. Head West for about       5 miles. Turn right unto US 41 and turn right into the Shopping Center at the next light. We are setting up on the right, near the Fresh Market Store.


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La Tagua - Earth friendly Organic accessories from the Amazon
La Tagua Nuts from South America's Amazon Rain Forest.

Like ivory, Tagua nuts are beautifully polished and as hard as any animalbased ivory or bone. It is also referred to as "Vegetable Ivory".

La Tagua nuts can also have a natural wood grain texture which is beautifullyhighlighted when correctly color dyed.

"La Tagua" is considered an ecologically safe, supportive and friendlyproduct as they use only the natural fallen Tagua nuts with no harm tothe palm trees.

"La Tagua" introduces Earth - Animal Friendly accessories which are in Natural Harmony with our environment. Supporting an Amazon based resourcematerial where an estimated 25% of our planet's oxygen and 80% of modernmedicine is generated, "La Tagua" offers safer alternatives to some petroleum based plastic products when oil wells are drilled as deep as six milesinto the Earth to search for petroleum.




Necklaces

Earrings

Bracelets


Brooches

Hair Accessories

Key rings / Cell straps


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We have recently opened a shop in Bonita Springs FL. at the gFlamingo Island Flea Marketh booth Red isle #175. (Hwy  I-75, exit 116)

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 2011 Dec. WINK news

http://www.winknews.com/Local-Florida/2011-12-22/State-Dept-of-Environmental-Protection-Urges-Buy-Green


 New Naples-area business creates products from rainforest tagua trees
Naples Daily News
"La Tagua" is often referred to as vegetable ivory, but we like to call it Amazon palm ivory," "It's very malleable, hard like ivory and ...


http://www.naplesnews.com/news/2011/jan/06/amazon-rainforest-tagua-tree-Friedenberg-flamingo