While there are strong interests in non-contrast pancreatic perfusion measurement, reports of ASL use for this purpose are rare due to several challenges. In this work, we investigate the robustness of background-suppressed-pCASL for pancreatic perfusion, with an emphasis on quantifying blood-flow (PBF) and transit-time (ATT) using multiple-delays ASL. Robust ASL signal was obtained in all volunteers, and ATT was measured to be 1029±89ms. Measured ATT-corrected PBF was 162±12mL/100g.min. Evidence of heterogeneity in ATT and PBF was found, potentially linked to the complex vascular supply and different exocrine/endocrine functions. Hence, pCASL PBF measurement is feasible and holds promise for clinical studies.