Raising Powder

Ceres Organics

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  • Supernatural Foods Raising Powder is an alternative to baking powder. It contains no aluminium, sodium, wheat, gluten or dairy products. Distributed by Ceres and made by Thomson's Foods.
  • Use in recipes as a 1:1 replacement for baking powder - generally 1 teaspoon of Raising Powder per cup of flour.
  • Vegan Vegetarian Paleo
    Dairy Free Sugar Free Soy Free
    Cruelty Free Contains Organic IngredietsMade in NZ
    Reusable Recyclable
  • Cream of Tartar, Potassium Bicarbonate, Maize Cornstarch*, Tartaric Acid

    Certified Organic Ingredient
    BioGro Certified Organics New Zealand
  • "It's important when looking for a baking or raising powder to choose one that is aluminum free, as added aluminum in foods has been linked to neurological conditions like ADHD and epilepsy. This is my favourite for all my baking recipes such as my Pear & Ginger Cake, Beetroot & Blueberry Muffins and Healthy Carrot Cake."

    - Buffy Ellen, founder of begoodorganics.com (Auckland, New Zealand)
  • Beetroot & Blueberry Muffins
    Healthy ANZAC Biscuits
    Healthy Carrot Cake
    Apple and Sultana Muesli Oat Cookies
    Nut Butter Cookies
    Pear and Ginger Cake
    Feijoa Crumble Cake
    Banana Walnut Bread
    Spinach Crepes with Creamy Mushrooms
  • Ceres Organics is a New Zealand company founded in 1982 by Juliet Lamont. They strive to make organic, biodynamic and GE-free food available through sourcing quality products that are sustainably produced by organic or biodynamic methods, thereby creating a distribution chain that is both ecologically and socially responsible. Their status as a founding member of the GE-Free communities and general support of the GE-Free movement attest to their social responsibility.

    Ceres were the first NZ company to become EcoSocial certified - an organic fair trade certification. We are proud to be distributing Ceres Organics' products, from one of NZ's leading organic food distributors.

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