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Le pain des fleurs Black Rice Organic, 150g


CHF 4.50
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Le pain des fleurs Black Rice Organic, 150g

Organic Le pain des fleurs Black Rice.

Ideal for your breakfast, on the road or instead of cookies. They are full of nature, light and crispy.

» Guaranteed Gluten Free
» Yeast Free
» Without added sugar

Ingredients

*Black Rice Flour
*from controlled organic farming.

Allergy Information:
Does not contain gluten or yeast
Nutritional values per
Energy value 1576 kJ / 372 kcal
Total Fat 2,6 g
- Saturated Fat 0,6 g
Carbohydrates 74,8 g
- of which sugar 0,8 g
Fibre 5,6 g
Protein 9,6 g
Salt 0,6 g
EKIBIO

EKIBIO

(Translated by Google) From the beginning dedicated to biological and ecological products, our activity has always reconciled economic development, respect for the environment and social equity. The leading expertise of organic vegetables Originally, a seed is sown. On arrival, the organic product we like. From earth to linear, our activities form a chain of skills and know-how to enhance the generosity of organic vegetables in all our brands. Development of supply chains Bio solidaire (France) and Bio Équitable (World) Collection and first processing of organic quinoa (Bolivia) Mixtures and packaging of organic grains and seeds (Peaugres and Arles) Mixing and packaging of organic culinary preparations (Chasse-sur-Rhône) Manufacture of organic pasta and biscuits (Peaugres) Placing on the market 100% organic and ecological products (France and Europe)

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.