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Natural Vanilla Extract, 2-fold


This is a double-fold (2X) Natural Vanilla Extract.

Double-fold means that the extract is double-strength.

No artificial flavors or preservatives added.
Gluten-free. Non-GMO. Made in the USA.

Please note: Orders of three or more quarts may be shipped via UPS Ground, at our discretion.

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Natural Vanilla Extract is a proprietary, double-fold blend of pure vanilla extract and natural vanillin made from plants other than vanilla beans. There are no imitation ingredients in this product. It is a dark amber-colored extract containing all-natural flavoring components, having a characteristic vanilla aroma and flavor. It will maintain flavor for at least three years if stored in a cool, dark place.

Culinary Tips

Natural Vanilla Extract can be used just like pure vanilla extract for baking, cooking and flavoring beverages, condiments, etc. The flavor is very similar to pure vanilla extract, but has its own profile that emphasizes the natural vanillin rather than the full flavor spectrum of pure vanilla extract.

Our decision to carry Natural Vanilla Extract is based on the current exceptionally high cost of pure vanilla extracts. We understand the issues involved with producing fine artisan foods and beverages as affordably as possible, and Natural Vanilla Extract can assist you in doing this. Use this natural extract by itself or combine it with our pure vanilla extracts to help defray costs while maintaining high-quality finished products.

Ingredients: Pure vanilla extract, natural flavors, caramel color, sugar cane alcohol and filtered water.
No artificial flavors or preservatives added. Non-GMO. Gluten-free. Made in a facility that is free of potential allergens.

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    (12) 4-ounce glass bottles, (12) 8-ounce glass bottles, 1 gallon, 16 oz (pint), 32 oz (quart), 4 gallons

    2 reviews for Natural Vanilla Extract, 2-fold

    1. Mark Butcher

      I stepped out and gave this a try in vanilla ice cream and WOW it’s amazing. Flavored my ice cream perfectly. I bought the 32 oz and the minute it gets low, I’ll order another bottle. I can see many uses for this so I’m looking forward to trying it in other recipies. Fantastic product – very, very happy.

      • Patricia Rain

        Mark, I’m so happy that it works well for you. Thank you for that validation! When the crisis started, I held out on bringing natural flavors into my business until I realized that my artisan producers of ice cream, baked goods, beer and more, were struggling to affordably meet their needs. I have heard from several people who are so happy that they found high-quality natural flavors and that they can now afford to keep vanilla in their products.

    2. Susan Davis (verified owner)

      We use this vanilla in our restaurant and it’s the best we’ve found for the price. We were concerned about the welfare of the farmers and the environment but we don’t have to worry with these products!

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