The cereal bases from a Belgian company help food specialists to easily create their own recipes for plantbased drinks, yoghurts, ice creams and desserts.


By using a natural process, Meurens Natural has preserved a maximum of features and properties of their raw materials (taste, color, minerals), allowing their customers to make delicious and authentic products. The range includes organic & natural bases made from oat, rice and spelt. The company can also produce tailor-made solutions.

For all plant-based recipes

For example, simply add water to the bases to make a pure oat drink, free from any additives. You can then apply your own formulation to your taste, adding the ingredients of choice, to give it the desired taste and texture. These bases are also particularly suitable for making plant-based yoghurts, ice creams or desserts.

The bases save storage space with their concentrated format. They also provide great flexibility of use over time as their shelf life extends from 3 to 12 months depending on the products.

Organic and natural ranges

As a pioneer in the European organic sector for 30 years, Meurens have developed a unique range based on a completely natural process for the processing of their raw materials in a clean, simple and sustainable way.

Meurens Natural offers an organic range (Sipal®) and a natural range (Natu®). The bases are available in various packaging depending on the products, according to your needs: from a 25 kg bucket to a 1,400 kg IBC.

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