Vanille BV – Vanillapaste – PV60001

Vanille BV Paste is made from high quality bourbon beans from Madagascar. Paste consistency adds more impart in the bakery and other food products.


Vanille BV – Vanillapaste – PV60001

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Vanille BV Paste is made from high quality bourbon vanilla bean which is directly imported from Madagascar. Vanilla Paste is extracted from the seed and pods of vanilla beans by warm extraction process. No alcohol is used in the extraction process therefore, well suited for vegan and vegetarians. Thick paste consistency has more delicious, rich flavour of vanilla and adds more taste to bakery products without thinning of vanilla aroma. Vanilla paste is widely used as a natural flavouring substance in different products like cakes, pastries, pies, custard fillings, desserts, milk shakes, chocolate, syrups, sweets, savories etc.

Ingredients: Water, sugar, vanilla bean extract, xanthan gum.

The product is free from GMO, allergens, and additives.  

Labelling/traceability of the product is according to EC directives 1829/2003 and 1830/2003 does not apply.

Additional information

Weight N/A
Dimensions 21 cm
Application Area

Bakery – Bread, Beverage – Brewery, Beverage – Non alcoholic (incl. water ice), Beverage – Spirits, Wine & other Alcoholic, Blends & Ingredients B2B, Cereals & cereal bars, Confectionery, Dairy – Ice Cream & Desserts, Dairy – Liquid, Dairy – Margarine, butter and spreads, Dairy – Powders, Dairy – Cheese, Fruit & Vegetables (incl. processed), Health, sports & Nutrition, Meat and Fish Processing, Pharmaceutical, OTC, Plant-based Meat and Dairy Alternatives, Ready Meals and Meal Components, Savoury baked goods, Side Dishes, Soups & Sauces and Seasonings, Snacks, Spreads (non dairy), Supplements, Sweet baked goods



Flavour Descriptors

Typicial Vanilla, Vanilla

Labels and Marks


Shelf Life

12 Months

DG Classification


Dietary Suitability

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Storage Conditions

Stored in a dry, well-ventilated place and protect from heat or direct sunlight. 10-30C.