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GIANT BEANS

GIANT BEANS

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Giant beans is a very good source of vitamins, trace elements and fiber, gluten free and are ideal for traditional recipes such as baked giant beans and salads.

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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 1072kj/253kcal
FAT 2,14 g
SATURATED 0,31 g
CARBOHYDRATES 38.0g
SUGARS 3,8 g
PROTEINS 20,4 g
SALT 0,018 g

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