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ALUBIA BEANS

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

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    ENERGY 1120kj/268kcal
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