Tapioca flourTapioca flour Ingredient Definition : Flour obtained from grinding the root of the cassava plant and removing its water content.Vegetable oilCorn starchCorn starch Ingredient Definition : A type of carbohydrate (sugar) from corn typically used to thicken food.Green lentil flourGreen lentil flour Ingredient Definition : The fine powder obtained from milling lentil grains.Rice branRice bran Ingredient Definition : The hard outer brown layer of rice after chaff (rice husk).Cane sugarFlax seedsFlax seeds Ingredient Definition : Small seed of flax (Linum usitatissimum) - also known as linseed.Sea saltSea salt Ingredient Definition : Salt made by the evaporation of seawater.Sesame seedsSesame seeds Ingredient Definition : Small oval seeds from the herbaceous plant (Sesamum indicum of the family Pedaliaceae).Baking sodaBaking soda Ingredient Definition : A common name for sodium bicarbonate. Ingredient Purpose : It is used to make food rise when baked by forming a gas when it comes into contact with an acid.Ammonium bicarbonateAmmonium bicarbonate Country of Origin : It replaces bicarbonate of soda. It is a leavening agent that forms gas when heated to make baked goods rise. Ingredient Purpose : Used as a leavening agent for flat food, like cookies and crackers.Xanthan gumXanthan gum Ingredient Definition : A gum produced by the fermentation of sugar and used as a binder, extender, or stabilizer in foods and other products. Ingredient Purpose : Used as a binder, extender, or stabilizer in foods and other products.Sunflower lecithinNatural flavourNatural flavour Ingredient Definition : Ingredients that add taste and aroma to food. Natural flavours are made from a spice, fruit or fruit juice, vegetable or vegetable juice, edible yeast, herb, bark, bud, root, leaf or similar plant material, meat, seafood, poultry, eggs, dairy products, or fermentation products thereof.
Sesame seeds Contains
Features & BenefitsFeatures & BenefitsGluten FreeCanadian family businessMade with Plant Based IngredientsNo Artificial Colours or FlavoursPeanut Free
CertificationsCertificationsCertified Plant Based
Plant-based food is defined as a finished product consisting of minimum 90% ingredients derived from plants that including vegetables, fruits, whole grains, nuts, seeds and/or legumes. Animal-derived ingredients are not permitted. Certified Plant Based products are independently verified by NSF International and must pass its review before the label logo can be used. Independent verification provides a higher level of objectivity and integrity to claims.Gluten-Free Certified (Canadian Celiac Association)
The Gluten-Free Certification Program (GFCP) has been designed to differentiate itself from other certification programs with a foundation based on proven Canadian regulatory and private sector adopted Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) systems. This approach is preventative in nature and addresses all potential hazards, including gluten, as part of a manufacturer’s overall safety and quality management system. When combining this approach with analytical testing procedures for incoming ingredients, as well as in-process and finished products, the GFCP provides added assurance that the products carrying the mark are both safe and gluten-free.Kosher Pareve Certified (Orthodox Union)
The OU (Orthodox Union) Kosher is the world’s largest and most widely recognized international kosher certification agency. An ‘OU’ symbol indicates: The product is Kosher (but not necessarily Kosher for Passover). The product contains neither dairy nor meat, nor any dairy or meat derivatives. The product was not made on dairy equipment. The product was not made on equipment used for making meat products.