Country of Origin
OrganicSuitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||Per 100g||Per 1 tsp (4.6g)|
|of which Saturates||0g||0g|
|of which Sugars||66.11g||3.04g|
|75 Portions per pack|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (55)
Can\x27t go without it
We always have some of this in the cupboard and I drizzle it over our yogurt, granola, and berries in the morning. I imagine it would be good sub in baking for sweetener as well. Big fan.
couldnt open it
Couldnt open the lid as it was sealed shut but product inside is great! Have to untwist lid entirely to remove cap
We have completely swapped processed white sugar for this and it works great in food and drinks such as tea with milk. It has no other flavour than being sweet, so works perfectly as a sugar substitute. it's also super sweet, so you don't need to use a lot. Cannot recommend this enough!
Easy to open \- upside down!
A friend recommended this to me. I read the reviews and decided that I would give it a try, despite the one about it being difficult to open, which it definitely is - but I like a challenge. Store the container 'upside down' so the lid is at the top and the opening is kept clear. Twist the top, pour and then push the top back on until it clicks. I have difficulty opening containers and I couldn't get into the bottle any other way. Don't be put off by the bottle, the contents are lovely - I'm a convert. Thank you Groovy Food, but perhaps reconsider the packaging going forward...
Struggle to open new style lid!
Ive used this Agave for years & its excellent. Unfortunately theyve recently changed the lid. Whilst I fully appreciate the need for tamper proofing, I do need to be able to open it to use it. Its difficult to remove the seal & then once removed, the lid is so hard to open, Ive hurt my fingers. Even my husband struggled with it. Please sort this out, otherwise I will have to be looking for a different brand that I can get into easily.
So versatile. Great for sweet and savoury food!
Makes outrageously good salad dressing, stirred into cider vinegar with a pinch of seasalt. The dressing also makes easy burger joint gherkins, with sliced cucumbers, left overnight to macerate in the fridge. Store cupboard essential!