Enhance the rich and creamy taste of your coffee with Tea Zone’s nondairy creamer! It is a multipurpose premium powder mix ideal for making milk teas, coffees and smoothies. Scoop the mix and add to your customer’s favorite dessert to get a silky, frothy texture. Made in the USA
UPC Code: 815812013878
Unit Sold By: Case (2.65 lbs bag / 10 bags per case)
Tea Zone’s Non-Dairy Creamer will add a smooth and creamy texture taste to coffee, tea, and smoothies. Since it is a non-dairy powder powdered formula, it is ideal to be stored in areas where there is a lack of refrigeration. Also, the powder has a higher shelf life than the milk and reduces the risk of spoilage.
The package is easy to store and can fit in any place of your kitchen. Since it comes in a resealable container bag, you don’t need to worry about storing it at all.
Serve a fresh pot of hot chocolate, tea, and milk to your customers with Tea Zone’s Non-Dairy Creamer and your customer will love you for it. Our lactose-free powder is great for people who are lactose intolerant and hence they can enjoy their favorite drink in your café or restaurant without any worry. Additionally, our powder is fat-free as well as sugar-free.
Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight, heat, and moisture. After opening, empty the powder in an airtight container.
Always use a clean, dry scoop to scoop out the powder mix.
How many times can you serve this product?
600 servings each of 2g or 1tbsp. The net weight 42.3 OZ 2.6 lbs 1200 gm.
Can you put creamer in tea?
Yes, you can add the creamer in beverages like tea and coffee. Moreover, you can also make other beverages like a caramel latte. By using a creamer, your tea will become denser and will show greater thickness.
Do I need to keep it refrigerated?
What is Nondairy creamers' shelf life?
24 months if unopened and 7 days if opened. Make sure to keep the powder dry.
Is it gluten-free?
Is it gelatin free?
Is it nut-free?
Is it vegan?
Glucose, Hydrogenated Palm Kernel Oil, Dipotassium Phosphate, Sodium Caseinate, Mono and Diglyceride of Fatty Acid, Sodium Aluminosilicate