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Chufella Sweet Tiger Nuts Spread Organic, 220g

CHF 9.40


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Chufella Sweet Tiger Nuts Spread Organic, 220g

Govinda Chufella Bread Spread with Sweet Tiger Nuts.

No Palm Oil, no added sugar but still 100% taste.


Tigernuts (61.5%) *, coconut oil *, cocoa (7%) *, sunflower oil *, LUPINE protein, salt
* = Ingredients from organic farming

Allergy Information
do not include: spelled, eggs, fish, barley, glutamate, gluten, oats, chicken, coriander, crustacean, cow's milk protein, lactose, corn, milk, milk protein, pepper, beef, rye, pork, celery, mustard, mollusk, wheat

contain: fructose, cocoa, lupine

Traces possible: hazelnut, almonds, nuts, soy

no: sulfur dioxide and sulphites> 10mg / kg
Nutritional values per
Energy value 2337 kJ / 566 kcal
Total Fat 46,8 g
- Saturated Fat 27 g
Carbohydrates 19,7 g
- of which sugar 13,4 g
Fibre 22,3 g
Protein 5,3 g
Salt 0,1 g


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Man is what he eats We do not want us all to still be physically and mentally fit even in advanced age? Because this is so, we should be timely to begin to make our life meaningful for the chance for a happy aging is realistic. We offer this products with a holistic approach to your health and a high quality of life in the here and now, and thus even in old age. Our aim at Govinda is to offer you exactly the products that are really important and beneficial for you. The manufacture of our Candies, therefore, is all about nature. The best of everything - For all the best! Therefore, only natural raw materials are used for our products. The focus of this season are great new creations from our Chocolate series! Since its launch, the chocolate balls were with us always a perennial favorite. In 2006 we were awarded the Bio-Innovation Award for this unique product range.

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.