SEKAYA GLOBAL GROUP

Sekaya Pandan Whole Leaf Powder 10:1, 100% Organic

Product Description:

Pandan, also called screwpine, is commonly used in the Philippines and other Southeast Asian countries to flavor both savory and sweet dishes. Its taste is reminiscent of grassy vanilla with a hint of coconut. Its fragrance prepares a sweet mellow scent in the air, and is confirmed by your taste buds. Sekaya Pandan Leaf Powder is dried and milled, which can be stored and used at any time for beverage use or dessert, and can be mixed in rice or batter for an interesting flavor. The infusion of the grassy powder in water provides so many possibilities. Organic | HALAL

Variants:

100g, 30kg

Product Type:

Processed

Market Availability:

Worldwide

Net Weight per Pack:

100 Grams, 30 Kg

Allergen:

Ingredients/raw materials used:

100% Pure Pandan Leaf Powder

Process/es:

Dehydration / Drying

Sources:

Pandan Whole Leaf

Shelf Life:

24 Months

Major Export Markets:

Australia, Canada, Germany, Japan, South Korea, South Korea, Switzerland, United States of America

Certifications:

FDA-LTO/CPR, Organic, Halal

Packaging:

Kraft Pouch, Plastic Bag In Drum

Minimum Order Size:

One Pallet

Category:

Fruits And Vegetables, Fine Food And Specialties, Biscuits And Confectioneries, Organic And Natural, Organic And Natural

Export Ready?:

Yes

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