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Hummus Gluten Free Organic, 200g


CHF 5.50
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Hummus Gluten Free Organic, 200g

Organic Hummus from Florentin.

IMPROVED RECIPE! With an increased quantity to 56% chickpeas and 16% tahini (sesame paste), this hummus lives to our motto ‘nothing but pure ingredients’ more than ever! Great taste and a creamy texture are the result of our chef’s effort and experience.

Serve it as a dip-sauce with olive oil and lemon. Or as a spread in Pita bread with meat and salad (use Florentin Falafel balls for a vegetarian version).

Ingredients

Chickpeas * (56%), water, sunflower oil *, SESAMPASTE * (16%) corn starch *, sea salt, garlic *, sambal sauce * (chilli pepper *, cardamom *, paprika *, coriander *, cumin *) acidifier: lactic acid (cane sugar-based) , Citric acid
* = from certified organic farming

Allergy Information

Contains sesame

not included: fructose, glutamate, hazelnut, cow's milk protein, lactose, milk protein, cinnamon
Nutritional values per 100 g
Energy value 1126 kJ / 269 kcal
Total Fat 21,2 g
- Saturated Fat 4,1 g
Carbohydrates 14,5 g
- of which sugar 0,5 g
Protein 5,0 g
Florentin

Florentin

Florentin Organic Kitchen is located in Mijdrecht NL, in a new and modern production facility. Our main goal is to produce the most delicious organic (bio) vegetarian delicatessen. Our wide range of products include popular Mediterranean and Middle-Eastern spreads, snacks and sauces. All the ingredients used in Florentin are fresh and of high-quality, and our products are organic certified (SKAL 001976), which helps us in creating the authentic, full of flavor products you enjoy so much...

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.