- SINGLE INGREDIENT – Iya’s Tapioca Flour Starch is made with 100% Cassava Yuca Root. It is an all-natural, plant-based flour that is free from grain, gluten, bleach, preservatives, and additives.
- FREE OF TOP 9 ALLERGENS – Each batch is tested and verified to ensure that our flour is free from milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, sesame, wheat, and soybeans. Transform any recipe with peace of mind as our facility is certified Gluten-Free, Non-GMO, and Kosher.
- MULTI-USE – Recreate all your favorite recipes with Iya’s Tapioca Starch Flour as a perfect gluten-free, grain-free alternative. Replace cornstarch with Iya’s Tapioca Flour for cooking, baking, and thickening. This starchy, gluten-free baking staple can be used in soups, sauces, pie fillings, breads, desserts, and more!
- INTEGRATED CASSAVA ECOSYSTEM – Iya is an impact-oriented brand that creates value and shares prosperity with our farming communities. Our approach works closely with African farmers to ensure they are paid fairly and on time, so they are better able to grow good cassava for good flour starch. Cassava (Yuca Root) has become an essential part of innovation in the sustainable food system, and this drought-tolerant crop makes it a reliable option for environmentally conscious consumers.
- IYA FOODS – Iya believes in using nutrient-rich foods to create exciting and delicious flavors. Our mission focuses on wellness for everyone by providing access to quality, nutritious, foods that are free from harmful chemicals and over processing.
To transform Grain-Free and Gluten-Free recipes, use Tapioca Starch Flour in baking, cooking, and thickening. Works great as a food binder and can be adapted to any recipe. Use as a substitute for both cornstarch or flour. Try it in:
- Boba tea
- Pie crust
What is Tapioca Starch Flour?
Tapioca Starch is made from the yuca root of the cassava plant. Native to Africa, South America, and parts of Asia, cassava is a starchy plant that is often compared to yams and potatoes. Tapioca flour is fine and soft in texture with a near-neutral taste.
What is the difference between Tapioca Flour and Cassava Flour?
Both flours are made from the yuca root of the cassava plant, but Cassava Flour is made from the whole root, while Tapioca is the starch that is extracted from the cassava root.
How do I bake with Tapioca Starch?
Iya Foods provides quality Tapioca Starch that can be used for baking, cooking, and thickening. Tapioca Starch substitution guide:
- Cornstarch – Swap 2:1 Tapioca Starch to Cornstarch (i.e. 2 Tbsp Tapioca to 1 Tbsp Cornstarch)
- Thickening: Swap 1:1 Tapioca Starch to Baking Flour
- Baking – To bind, use according to recipe instructions
What can I learn about Iya Foods?
Iya Foods believes that good food comes from good ingredients. Our foods are delicious, nutritious, and created for ingredient-conscious consumers who are focused on overall well-being. As consumer demand for bold and exciting flavor grows, Iya continues to meet this demand through innovation and a focus on a food ecosystem that is sustainable, climate change resilient, and affordable.
Where can I find more information?
For more information about our mission and initiatives, visit iyafoods.com. Here, you will be able to shop our products, learn about our ingredients, discover new recipes, and contact us with questions.