Natirèl Cassava Flour

The cassava root goes by different names depending on the area of the world in which it is being grown including yuca, manioc, and tapioca. Despite being heavy on the carbohydrate, the cassava flour is a good source of fiber (compared to many starches, which tend to be stripped of their natural fiber content during preparation) and is a rich source of nutrients compared to many other starches: vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin K, and folate are some of the highlights! Unlike tapioca flour (a.k.a. tapioca starch), cassava flour uses the entire root instead of just a separated starch, so it keeps the fiber, protein, starch, vitamins, and minerals that would otherwise be lost in making tapioca flour.

Nutritional Facts : Per 100g

Nutritional Facts : Per 100g

Nutrient Cassava Flour
Energy 343.90 Kcal
Protein 3.00 g
Carbohydrate 82.30 g
Fat 0.30 g
Crude fibre 1.90 g
Potassium 0.60 g
Sodium 0.04 g
Calcium 0.17 g
Iron 206.80 ppm