The Story of Hundred Seeds
Hundred Seeds was founded in 2012 by french expatriate Julien Borello who arrived in Bali a few years earlier to settle for good. Julien was instantly charmed by the beauty of the island as well as by the warmth and anthenticity of the Balinese culture and its people.
His passion for quality food brought him to the depths of the Klungkung jungle, where he met farmers who were perpetuating traditional farming methods such as climbing coconut trees to gather coconut nectar, or harvesting natural sea salt straight from the beach.
Needless to say that these products were incredibly pure and free of any pesticides or chemicals. Their taste were amazing and Julien realized that they were the perfect ingredients to make his favorite breakfast dish also known as ... Granola!
After baking a few batches for him and his friends, word of mouth quickly brought his granola to the attention of renowned chefs from five stars hotels on the island. Hundred Seeds and Granola Creations were born.
Up to now, the same quality ingredients are being baked everyday to perfection at his production facility in Kerobokan and delivered to the stores, restaurants and hotels of Bali and its nearby islands
Since our early days, our main commitment has remained the same: to use mainly unprocessed, whole-food & chemical-free ingredients to ensure a world-class quality product.
Our second commitment is to support the local farmers of the rural areas of Bali and keep their traditionnal farming methods alive.
And last but not least, we aim to ensure that our factory workers are well treated and that international hygiene standards are met during our production process.
Coconut Nectar Harvesting
Balinese farmer harvesting the coconut nectar in the jungle of Klungkung in Bali on early morning.
Hundred Seeds exclusively uses coconut sugar from this village in all its products.