Monthly Archives: April 2011

Market Baskets for the Kitsap Farmers Markets

The Terrapin Farms produce stand opens for the season today in Port Gamble, and the Kingston Farmer’s Market kicks off tomorrow.  If you need a market basket, come see us at Tango Zulu, your Kitsap fair trade store!  Our Ghana … Continue reading

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Arbor Day Festival in Port Gamble 4/29

Port Gamble will host its first ever Arbor Day event this Friday, April 29th from 9am – 3pm, including a tree planting ceremony at 1:30pm at the Hood Canal Pavilion. The tree is in memory of a longtime employee in … Continue reading

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New Darfur Baskets and Zulu Baskets

We have some gorgeous new Zulu baskets in house.   These striking fair trade African baskets are collector’s items, and each one comes with a tag bearing the name of the weaver.  We also have a new African Baskets sub-category … Continue reading

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Tango Zulu Anniversary

Tango Zulu Imports will celebrate its one year anniversary on Sunday, May 8th. It’s been a fun and adventurous year, with both our Port Gamble gift shop and our e-commerce site growing by leaps and bounds. We’ll give away cool … Continue reading

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Handmade Sea Salt Soap Bars

Have you ever tried a handmade sea salt soap? Our exfoliating sea salt soaps have a bentonite clay base, which in conjunction with the sea salt helps draw toxins from the skin.  Sea salt soaps are extremely long lasting if … Continue reading

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Lidded African Baskets

We have a growing collection of African baskets with lids, like the storage Bolga basket pictured here.  They range in size from 9″ in diameter all the way up to 17″, and some have leather handles.  Our lidded African baskets … Continue reading

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African Kitchenware at Tango Zulu

Our collection of handmade African kitchen and dining ware continues to expand. We have beautiful fair trade olive wood salad servers and other handmade olive wood utensils from Kenya, most with cow bone handles. We also have solid olive wood … Continue reading

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