Vegan & Spreadable Creams

Pistachio Spreadable Cream

Made exclusively by an artisanal process, the Aretusa pistachio cream is excellent to spread on bread, very useful for filling cakes, crepes and desserts of all kind, also a solution for an alternative breakfast full of taste. Ready, practical and genuine.

190g
Gluten-Free, Vegetarian
Ingredients: pistachio (30%), vegetable oil and fats, skimmed milk powder, whey powder, emulsifier, flavouring.

£7

Vegan Pistachio Spreadable

Made exclusively by an artisanal process, the Aretusa pistachio cream is excellent to spread on bread, very useful for filling cakes, crepes and desserts of all kind, also a solution for an alternative breakfast full of taste. Ready, practical and genuine.

190g
Ingredients: pistachio (50%), sugar, sunflower olive oil, sunflower lecithin.

£10

Hazelnut Spreadable Cream

The Aretusa hazelnut cream is made from the finest Sicilian dried fruit and stands out for its refined and intense roasting taste for palates who love classic and decisive flavours . A little secret; there is no cocoa in it.

190g
Gluten-Free, Vegetarian
Ingredients: hazelnut (30%), vegetable oil and fats, skimmed milk powder, whey powder, emulsifier, flavouring.

£7

Vegan Hazelnut Spread

The Aretusa hazelnut cream is made from the finest Sicilian dried fruit and stands out for its refined and intense roasting taste for palates who love classic and decisive flavours . A little secret; there is no cocoa in it.

Extra crunch? Vegan with chopped hazelnut spread.
190g
Ingredients: hazelnut (65%), sugar, sunflower olive oil, sunflower lecithin.

£8

Almond Spreadable Cream

Creamy, dense and enveloping, the Aretusa almond cream satisfies the most sophisticated palates. A superior quality of Sicilian dried fruit to enrich both breakfast and desserts, or simply with a teaspoon.

190g
Gluten-Free, Vegetarian
Ingredients: almond (30%), vegetable oil and fats, skimmed milk powder, whey powder, emulsifier, flavouring.

£7

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