OLEO-FATS, INCORPORATED

Maven Vegan Butter

Product Description:

Better than butter, Maven Vegan Butter is a dairy-free alternative made from top quality coconut oil. It tastes, smells, spreads, melts, and even burns just like the real thing and as close to dairy butter as one can get without milking a cow! Maven Vegan Butter is rich in lauric acid which could aid in weight loss and protect against certain diseases*, among other benefits. Comes in two variants, unsalted and with sea salt. Also available for private labelling or co-branding.

Variants:

225g with Sea Salt, 225g Unsalted

Product Type:

Processed

Market Availability:

Worldwide

Net Weight per Pack:

225g

Allergen:

Ingredients/raw materials used:

Coconut Oil

Process/es:

Blending

Sources:

Philippines

Shelf Life:

8 Months

Major Export Markets:

China, Japan, United States of America

Certifications:

FDA-LTO/CPR, HACCP, Organic, Halal, GMP, FSSC 22000, 9001, 14001, 45001

Packaging:

Parchment With Sleeve Wrapping

Minimum Order Size:

Category:

Fine Food And Specialties, Fruits And Vegetables, Biscuits And Confectioneries, Organic And Natural, Raw Materials And Food Ingredients, Raw Materials And Food Ingredients

Export Ready?:

Yes

Oleo-Fats manufactures a variety of coconut-based specialty fats, oils, and ingredients for the local and international food industry. Our extensive export portfolio provides a ticket to the health benefits of Philippine coconuts. Our products are infused with coconut-based ingredients fo... [Read more]

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