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Cuisine Soja Organic, 250ml

CHF 3.65


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Cuisine Soja Organic, 250ml

Vegan alternative to cream, based on soya.

Bjorg Organic Soja Cuisine

Use it like you would any other cream for your meals, also for Quiche Gratin, Sauces, Cakes, Dessert and more...


Tonyu * (water, soybeans produced without GMO * (7.7%)), wheat flour *, sunflower oil high oleic *, wheat starch *, emulsifier: lecithins, sea salt, nutmeg *, thickener: guar gum and xanthan gum, natural aroma of black pepper, natural aroma of nutmeg.
*from controlled organic farming

Allergy Advice:
Contains soy, wheat, gluten
Nutritional values per 100ml
Energy value 785 kJ / 190 kcal
Total Fat 18 g
- Saturated Fat 1.5 g
Carbohydrates 3 g
- of which sugar 2.5 g
Protein 3.5 g
Salt 0.2 g


A pioneer in the organic world, BJORG is proud to say that all its products are certified organic*. All of them bear the French label AB (organic produce) and the European organic label. These guarantee that at least 95% of the ingredients used in each of our products are organic, and that they meet European regulations surrounding organic products. In order to guarantee that foodstuffs are of organic origin, it is vital to carry out tests at all stages – from raw materials to production and delivery. Independent certification bodies approved by the French Ministry of Agriculture are responsible for testing for the organic origin of ingredients and checking that the specifications for organic produce are complied with – as such, they ensure that the products meet the strict requirements of the organic label. Every year, in addition to test carried out by independent bodies, BJORG supports additional analyses (searching for traces of pesticides, checking for the absence of GMOs, mycotoxins, checking nutritional value, etc.).

GMO Statement

Organic products are produced without genetic engineering. The use of genetically modified organisms or their derivatives is prohibited in organic farming and processing and contradicts the self-understanding of the organic industry.