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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

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    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 1447kj/346kcal
    FAT 0,9 g
    SATURATED 0,2 g
    CARBOHYDRATES 58.0g
    SUGARS 3,8 g
    PROTEINS 26,5 g
    SALT 0,02 g

    GIANT BEANS 500gr

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    Rich source of fiber and calcium, the Greek giant beans are ideal for 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 1115kj/267kcal
    FAT 1,9g
    SATURATED 0,3g
    CARBOHYDRATES 42,8g
    SUGARS 2,1 g
    PROTEINS 19,6 g
    SALT 0,0 g

    MUNG BEANS 500gr

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    Mung beans are an excellent source of protein, fiber, antioxidants and phytonutrients. Sprouted mung beans tossed with tomatoes and cucumbers make a healthy snack.

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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 1424j/340kcal
    FAT 0,8g
    SATURATED 0,3g
    CARBOHYDRATES 62,0g
    SUGARS 3,7 g
    PROTEINS 21,3 g
    SALT 0,02 g

    BROWN MEDIUM LENTILS

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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
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