Tapioca syrup is commonly used in the production of other foods or as a replacement for corn syrup, sugar, honey, maple syrup and molasses in baked goods.

Organic Tapioca Syrup

Organic Tapioca Syrup

The source of tapioca syrup is cassava, or manioc. A brown-skinned tuberous root that grows in parts of Asia, Africa, and South America, cassava is plucked from the ground, ground into starch, and then, with the helpful use of acid hydrolysis or modern-day enzymes, broken down further into syrup.

High in starch, tapioca syrup is commonly used in the production of other foods or as a replacement for corn syrup, sugar, honey, maple syrup and molasses in baked goods. Tapioca syrup provides the sweetness needed in a natural way. When used as a binding agent, tapioca helps to keep foods such as meats from drying out after they are processed.

Depending on the application, tapioca syrup can impart a rich flavor or be used as a color-and-flavor-neutral base for confections and beverages. The syrups are highly soluble and provide immediate, long-term and balanced energy release through the distribution of simple and complex carbohydrates.

Certifications & Documentation


NPOP/USDA-NOP/EU Organic Certification

ISO 9001:2008 Certification


Kosher / Halal Certified

Standard Documentation:

Certificate of Origin

Third party quality control certificate / inspection report

Shipping documents (Commercial Invoice, Bills of lading, Packing list)

Phytosanitary Certificate

Tariff Codes, Duties and Import Info

Import information for Tapioca Syrup

Commodity Code: 1903000090 (source)

19 Preparations of cereals, flour, starch or milk; pastrycooks’ products
03 Tapioca and substitutes therefor prepared from starch, in the form of flakes, grains, pearls, siftings or similar forms

Import Duties for Tapioca

Duties vary based on country of origin and importing country.

Vietnam > EU/UK: 6.40 % + 15.10 EUR / 100 kg (source) – import and organic import controls apply

Vietnam > USA: 0.8¢/kg (source)

Customs in your country makes the final determination of what the correct rate of duty is for all products imported and you should consult a customs broker or professional to determine the up to date and applicable duties for this product in your country.


Packaging & Shipping

Tapioca Shipping Instructions

Packaging: The recommended packaging is multiwall paper bags, 25kg/50lbs.

Labelling: TradeLink can provide this product with personalized labels.

Shipping: Sea freight dry container, lined with kraft paper or corrugated cardboard and use moisture control packs to absorb condensation during transit.

Quantity per container: 19 metric tonnes (not palletised).

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