Omega Pulses Special

The OMEGA pulses are rigorously selected from the best varieties and enclose the whole value, quality knowledge and passion of the OMEGA people, constituting ally in proper nutrition.

With exceptional flavor, unique aroma and high nutritional value they stand out with the first spoon!

  • Alubia Beans

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    Dance beans are delicious and nutritious because they are high in iron and magnesium but also in proteins and edible fibers. It is an excellent variety of beans, with light tasty and velvety texture, ideal for making bean soup for salads, soups and meat and vegetable recipes.

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    Rich in Protein

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    Gluten-free

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    Low Glycemic Index

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    High in Dietary Fibre

    NUTRITION INFORMATION
    ENERGY 112kj/268kcal
    FAT 1,5 g
    SATURATED 0,3 g
    CARBOHYDRATES 42.0g
    SUGARS 5,9 g
    PROTEINS 21,6 g
    SALT 0,02 g
  • Black-eyed peas 500gr

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    These are high in protein and fibre and have a lower glycemic index compared to other common legumes and lentils, making them good for diabetics. Their vitamin A and vitamin C antioxidants can help protect our bodies from damage caused by free radicals and possibly reduce risk of cancer. They can be tossed into salads, added to stews and soups, made into curries and stir-fries and mashed and added to patties.

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    Rich in Protein

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    Gluten-free

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    Low Glycemic Index

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    High in Dietary Fibre

    NUTRITION INFORMATION
    ENERGY 1120kj/268kcal
    FAT 1.5g
    SATURATED 0.3g
    CARBOHYDRATES 42.0g
    SUGARS 5,9g
    PROTEINS 21.6g
    SALT 0,02g
  • Brown Fine Lentils 500gr

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    With almost 9 grams of protein and 8 grams of fiber per cooked serving, lentils are slightly higher in protein and fiber than black beans and chickpeas. The folate content present in lentils helps prevent neural tube defects in women, aids in the formation of red blood cells and in maintaining homocysteine levels, which keeps hypertension in check. Adding lentils to soups, casseroles and meat sauces to add extra texture and flavor as well as lower their fat level.

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    Rich in Protein

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    Gluten-free

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    Low Glycemic Index

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    High in Dietary Fibre

    NUTRITION INFORMATION
    ENERGY 1263kj/302kcal
    FAT 0,9 g
    SATURATED 0,2 g
    CARBOHYDRATES 49,6g
    SUGARS 0 g
    PROTEINS 23,9 g
    SALT 0 g
  • Brown Medium Lentils 500gr

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    With almost 9 grams of protein and 8 grams of fiber per cooked serving, lentils are slightly higher in protein and fiber than black beans and chickpeas. The folate content present in lentils helps prevent neural tube defects in women, aids in the formation of red blood cells and in maintaining homocysteine levels, which keeps hypertension in check. Adding lentils to soups, casseroles and meat sauces to add extra texture and flavour as well as lower their fat level.

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    Rich in Protein

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    Gluten-free

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    Low Glycemic Index

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    High in Dietary Fibre

    NUTRITION INFORMATION
    ENERGY 1320kj/312 kcal
    FAT 1.29g
    SATURATED 0.22g
    CARBOHYDRATES 52,2g
    SUGARS 1,2g
    PROTEINS 22,9g
    SALT 0,02g
  • Chickpeas 500gr

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    Chickpeas are high in protein and dietary fiber, are a good source of potassium, vitamin C and folate, and are cholesterol free. The minerals such as iron, calcium, and zinc present in chickpeas contribute to maintaining healthy bones and teeth. Due to their high-fiber content, they also help prevent constipation and promote a healthy digestive tract. You could add chickpeas to salads, or even curries.

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    Rich in Protein

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    Gluten-free

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    Low Glycemic Index

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    High in Dietary Fibre

    NUTRITION INFORMATION
    ENERGY 1316kj/315kcal
    FAT 4,7 g
    SATURATED 0,5 g
    CARBOHYDRATES 48,2g
    SUGARS 3.1g
    PROTEINS 19,9 g
    SALT 0.07 g
  • Cranberry Beans

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    Cramberry Beans are ideal for a nutritional diet, because they have a high content of phosphorus, iron but also protein and fiber. Try them as an addition to a salad or along with meat.

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    Rich in Protein

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    Gluten-free

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    Low Glycemic Index

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    High in Dietary Fibre

    NUTRITION INFORMATION
    ENERGY 1204kj/287kcal
    FAT 1,7 g
    SATURATED 0,29 g
    CARBOHYDRATES 33.8g
    SUGARS 1,52 g
    PROTEINS 21,6 g
    SALT 0,0003 g
  • Fine Beans

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    Fine beans are high in manganese, magnesium, potassium, edible fiber and protein. Try to use them to make a delicious velvet bean soup, or a salad.

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    Rich in Protein

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    Gluten-free

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    Low Glycemic Index

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    High in Dietary Fibre

    NUTRITION INFORMATION
    ENERGY 1027kj/242kcal
    FAT 1,7 g
    SATURATED 0,4 g
    CARBOHYDRATES 35.4g
    SUGARS 1,5 g
    PROTEINS 21,7 g
    SALT 0,02 g
  • Greek Giant Beans

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    With all the power of Greek nature, giants have an excellent taste and are ideal for delicious, traditional recipes. They have high content of phosphorus, iron, manganese, potassium, magnesium, vitamin B1 but also proteins and edible fibers.

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    Rich in Protein

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    Gluten-free

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    Low Glycemic Index

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    High in Dietary Fibre

    NUTRITION INFORMATION
    ENERGY 1115kj/267kcal
    FAT 1,9 g
    SATURATED 0,3 g
    CARBOHYDRATES 42.8g
    SUGARS 2,1 g
    PROTEINS 19,6 g
    SALT 0,0 g
  • Green beans

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    Green beans are a traditional pulse known in the southern Peloponnese in Greece. They have a great taste and velvety texture, they need little preparation time and they are high in protein and fiber.

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    Rich in Protein

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    Gluten-free

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    Low Glycemic Index

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    High in Dietary Fibre

    NUTRITION INFORMATION
    ENERGY 1424kj/340kcal
    FAT 0,8 g
    SATURATED 0,3 g
    CARBOHYDRATES 62.0g
    SUGARS 3,7 g
    PROTEINS 21,3 g
    SALT 0,02 g
  • Large Beans

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    Beans are a good source of vitamins, trace elements and fiber, gluten free and are ideal for recipes such as bean soup with sausage.

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    Rich in Protein

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    Gluten-free

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    Low Glycemic Index

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    High in Dietary Fibre

    NUTRITION INFORMATION
    ENERGY 992kj/234kcal
    FAT 1,83 g
    SATURATED 0,36 g
    CARBOHYDRATES 32.4g
    SUGARS 1,4 g
    PROTEINS 22,0 g
    SALT 0,005 g
  • Medium Groats/Bulgur

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    Groats/Bulgur are ground grains of hard wheat that have been processed in boiling water. It is a cereal of high nutritional value as it contains proteins, edible fibers and manganese. Can be used in pilafs, soups, salads and ethnic recipes.

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    Rich in Protein

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    Gluten-free

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    Low Glycemic Index

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    High in Dietary Fibre

    NUTRITION INFORMATION
    ENERGY 1470kj/347kcal
    FAT 1,5 g
    SATURATED 0,3 g
    CARBOHYDRATES 69.2g
    SUGARS 1,4 g
    PROTEINS 10,3 g
    SALT 0,006 g
  • Peeled Wheat

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    Wheat is one of the most important cereals because it has a high fiber content and is a rich source of protein. Wheat can be a tasty addition to every recipe, making sweet and savory preparations and traditional recipes.

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    Rich in Protein

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    Gluten-free

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    Low Glycemic Index

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    High in Dietary Fibre

    NUTRITION INFORMATION
    ENERGY 342kj/342kcal
    FAT 2,56 g
    SATURATED 0,48 g
    CARBOHYDRATES 63.5g
    SUGARS 1,5 g
    PROTEINS 11,4 g
    SALT 0,01 g
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