Sekaya Ube Juice Extract Powder

Product Description:

Sekaya Ube Juice (pronounced oo-beh) is a deep purple root crop with a mellow taste and a slightly nutty, vanilla profile. It is popularly used in Filipino desserts, often boiled and then mashed, blended with sweet milk, and enjoyed as a creamy jam. Ube is high in complex carbs, vitamins, and fiber. high levels of antioxidants, anthocyanin, flavonoids, Vitamin C and a good source of resistant starch. Ube was shown to increase Bifidobacteria in a simulated large bowel environment. Sekaya Ube Juice Powder is available in spray-dried format, highly soluble in room temperature water with a creamy texture and mildly sweet profile. Spray-dried; Soluble in room temperature water Conventional


200g, 20kg

Product Type:


Market Availability:


Net Weight per Pack:

200g, 20 Kg


Ingredients/raw materials used:

Ube Root Juice Extract, Maltodextrin


Pasteurization, Dehydration / Drying


Ube Root

Shelf Life:

24 Months

Major Export Markets:

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




Kraft Bag, Plastic Bag In Drum

Minimum Order Size:

One Pallet


Beverages, Beverages, Fruits And Vegetables, Organic And Natural, Organic And Natural, Raw Materials And Food Ingredients

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