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Functional ingredients

Agave Inulin

Also known as agave fructans, inulin is a pre-biotic fibre that assists the digestive system by increasing growth and activity of the natural pro-biotics of the human body. Inulin is used as a functional ingredient to increase the fibre content in a variety of applications across bakery, cereals, snacks and confectionery
Origins: Mexico

Agave Powder

Obtained by spray drying agave syrup, our organic agave powder has the same flavour and functional advantages. It is available as agave powder and Agave Zero, a blend of organic agave powder and Stevia for increased sweetening power with a lower calorie count.
Origins: Mexico

Coconut MCT Oil

Organic coconut MCT oil contains a high proportion of medium chain triglycerides C6, C8 and C10. MCT oil remains liquid at room temperature compared to virgin coconut oil which tends to crystallise. This makes it more easily manageable in certain production environments. It is also used as a nutritional supplement to assist in weight loss or increase physical workout endurance.
Origins: Sri Lanka, Philippines, Indonesia, Mexico

Coconut MCT Powder

Obtained by spray drying liquid MCT oil. It offers the same benefits as the liquid version with the possibility of extending these to solid and powder products such as nutritional supplements, meal replacement products and other similar applications.
Origins: Sri Lanka, Philippines, Indonesia, Mexico

Honey Powder

Made from 100% natural, organic, non-GMO, gluten-free honey from Yucatan and formulated with organic maltodextrin to result in a free-flowing powder. Applications include confectionery, cereal and snack bars, snacks and bakery products among many others.
Origins: Mexico

Maca Powder

Also known as Peruvian Ginseng, maca is a root vegetable that grows at high altitudes in the Peruvian Andes. It is processed into a powder which is used as an ingredient in beverages and other food applications.
Origins: Peru, Mexico

Psyllium Husk

Psyllium husk is a dietary fiber that can assist the digestive system. It is also used as a functional ingredient for its texture-modifying properties in foods as well as a binding agent. Available in various mesh sizes to suit different applications across beverages, bakery and other products.
Origins: India

Tapioca Flour

Also known as tapioca starch, it is extracted from the cassava root. It is a gluten-free starch used in baking, desserts and beverage applications.
Origins: Thailand