Cassava flour is simply ground up cassava root that has been processed (usually washed several times) to rid it of toxins and then dried. Depending on how coarsely the cassava root is ground, it can be either a flour or a meal. Flours typically are finely ground (think of wheat flour), while meals are usually more coarsely ground like cornmeal. But both get their starts from ground cassava root.
Product use: thickener, roasting, baking, frying
Shipping / Storage
Product Shelf Life
China, Brazil, United States of America
, 25 kgs Kraft Paper Bag, 1000 kgs Super Sacks, 25 kgs P/E Lined Bag
Dry / Ambient
Flours Grains Lentils & Beans
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