Much Ado About Nothing.

KAKVI is a dark, thick liquid extracted during the process of refining sugar cane into table sugar. KAKVI is obtained during the third boiling of the cane syrup and contains a unique concentration of many important vitamins and minerals left over after the sugar’s sucrose is crystallized. I use this instead of sugar.

I ordered two bottles of kakvi online after visiting this page.

I received a carton weighing about three kilograms containing two tiny bottles. Most of the carton contained bubble wraps and some cardboard fillers. Agreed that the glass bottles needed to be protected so that they don’t break in transit but, this, in my opinion is over kill.

What packaging!

6 thoughts on “Much Ado About Nothing.”

  1. I’m having such trouble with packaging lately Ramana. We don’t have recycling in this building so it is appalling, what I, a single frugal senior woman, throw out every week. So conscious and helpless about it too.

    XO
    WWW

  2. I agree!
    and for those of us who care about recycling… it’s another guilt maker just as WWW says.

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