Beans is a great source of protein for people on vegan, vegetarian and body de-acidifying diets. It is worth to mention it has base forming properties. It effectively neutralises excessive amount of acids which form due to consumption of processed foods.
Beans in tomato sauce is a great idea for a quick dinner, lunch or supper. It can be served with millet groats (it will enhance the antacid effect), rice or groats. Try the English recipe: simply pour the heated beans onto baked potatoes, toasts or fried eggs.
BEANS IN TOMATO SAUCE. PASTEURISED.
water, broad beans 65%, tomato concentrate 15%, onion, sugar, corn starch, hydrolysed vegetable protein (contain: soy), rapeseed oil, salt, vegetarian broth [maltodextrin, salt, dried vegetables (carrot, parsley, celery leaves, leek, onion), sugar, rapeseed oil, turmeric, black pepper, lovage leaf, natural aroma], herbal spices (contain mustard), antioxidant: ascorbic acid = vitamin C, spices, yeast extract aroma.
|No.||Nutritional value of the product||in 100 g||in a serving (220 g)||% DI** in a serving (220 g)|
|1||Energy||518 kJ / 123 kcal||1140 kJ / 270 kcal||14%|
|2||Fat||0,8 g||1,8 g||3%|
|3||of which saturated fatty acids||0 g||0,2 g||1%|
|4||Carbohydrates||20 g||45 g||17%|
|5||of which sugars||3,6 g||8,0 g||9%|
|7||Protein||6,2 g||14 g||28%|
|8||Salt||0,49 g||1,1 g||18%|
Expiry date is 12 months past the production date. Expiry date is at the same time the batch number, and it is printed on the lid.
Net weight: 440 g
EAN code: 5900672300024