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Agave Syrup Organic, 250ml

CHF 6.60


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Agave Syrup Organic, 250ml

Allos Pure agave syrup with a special fine, mild and balanced flavor. It´s 100% agave in premium quality from the mexican highlands.

It´s in a practical dispenser bottle – easy to dose and of course it´s Vegetarian und vegan.


Agave syrup* 100%,
* organic agriculture
Nutritional values per 100g
Energy value 1751 kJ / 412 kcal
Total Fat <0,5 g
Carbohydrates 103 g
- of which sugar 103 g
Protein <0.5 g
Salt 0.01 g


(translated by google) We continue the life's work of pioneers Even if the court Allos Manufactory was founded newly in its present form in 2014, our company can look back on decades of pioneering work in the natural foods diet. The Allos yard manufactory, we introduce the beliefs of the pioneers of sustainable success: quality nutrition for health-conscious people, made ​​with unique ingredients directly from nature. Allos - since 1974 genuine, varied whole foods Walter Lang founded in 1974, Allos farm as a self-contained project, to provide a healthy diet with the desire of his family. From self-produced honey and dried fruits, the first fruit slices are prepared painstakingly by hand on a specially constructed press. Beginning of the 1980s, then a revolution: Allos Amaranth discovered in South America and brings nutrient-rich "Super Food" by Germany. 1997 followed by a further innovation: Allos provides the first agave syrup in the German health food stores - a full sweetener which is no longer in the organic world is hardly imaginable. The product range of Allos grows with new discoveries and is enhanced by valuable cereal, bars, fruit spreads and pastries. And Allos remains true to itself: it succeeds Allos 2013 as the first organic manufacturer to offer valuable Amaranth from German cultivation in organic trade.

GMO Statement

Organic products are produced without genetic engineering. The use of genetically modified organisms or their derivatives is prohibited in organic farming and processing and contradicts the self-understanding of the organic industry.