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A S Harrison & Co recognises that a growing market means greater demand for new style, dairy free creamers. The company’s range of UHT cooking creams are blended to attain a full body texture in your product.

The already reduced creams can save time during preparation, with vegan and vegetarian cooking creams also coming in the form of whipping fat.

A S Harrison says it believes in knowing where its product comes from, and is working together with suppliers to attain a fully traceable system of raw materials.

All of these products are ideal for savoury application, pasta, ready to eat meals, pastry and baking.

UHT Soy Cream (Vegan)

A vegetable-based alternative cream to dairy cooking cream. It is dairy and gluten free, as well as already reduced and designed to not split in processing. Its creamy texture is designed for cooking applications and savoury pastry.

UHT Dairy Free Whipping Cream

An excellent sugared, gluten-free, non-dairy topping. Its formula is a perfect blend of performance, taste and value in decorating, coating and filling your cakes and desserts. It is also available as Gluten Free and Unsweetened Gluten Free.

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