SANDPIPER SPICES AND CONDIMENTS CORPORATION ( MAMA SITA'S)

Mama Sita’s-Batuan Fruit Paste

Product Description:

Batuan is a souring ingredient in regional Filipino cooking, commonly used in a dish called kansi or beef in batuan broth. Mama Sita’s Batuan Fruit Paste is made from 100% natural batuan pulp. Try it to sour kansi, sinigang, or KBL, a popular ilonggo dish of pork, pigeon peas (kadyos), and unripe jackfruit (langka).

Variants:

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Product Type:

Processed

Market Availability:

Worldwide

Net Weight per Pack:

24 X 215 G

Allergen:

Ingredients/raw materials used:

Batuan (Garcinia Morella), Water And Iodized Salt

Process/es:

FSSC, GMP

Sources:

Shelf Life:

12 Months

Major Export Markets:

Australia, Canada

Certifications:

FDA-LTO/CPR, HACCP, Halal, FSSC, GMP

Packaging:

Minimum Order Size:

Category:

Fruits And Vegetables, Raw Materials And Food Ingredients

Export Ready?:

Yes

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