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Konjac Noodle Style Organic, 400g

  • Konjac Noodle Style Organic, 400g
Konjac Noodle Style Organic, 400g
CHF 5.90
Corresponds to CHF 1.48 / 100 g
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Konjac Noodle Style Organic, 400g

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Keeps for at least two months after receipt.
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Konjac Noodle Style Organic, 400g

Slendier Organic Konjac Noodle Style: Less than 10 calories per serve? Fewer calories than a slice of bread? Fat-free, low-carb, low GI, high-fibre AND gluten-free? Ticking all the boxes, it sounds too good to be true.

Slendier Organic Konjac Noodle Style is a great substitute for noodles and pasta which allows you to feel fuller for longer without all the calories! It gives you the ability to create loads of delicious meal options for you and your family while creating a long term solution towards body weight management, lowering cholesterol and blood glucose levels.

» Gluten Free
» No Carb
» Low Calorie
» Low GI
» Fat Free
» Sugar Free
» High Fibre

Konjac noodles are different to regular dried noodles. They have been pre-cooked and come ready to use in a sealed pack floating in a watery liquid.

What is Konjac?
Konjac (Amorphophallus konjac) is an Asian root vegetable similar to a potato in texture but without the starchy carbs or protein or kilojoules. Known as konnyaku potato, devil's tongue, devil’s taro or elephant yam, konjac has been grown in China, Korea, Japan and most of south-east Asia for hundreds of years.

Konjac root is composed of water and fibre. It can be ground into flour, boiled and shaped into a substitute for wheaten pasta or rice noodles. For instance, the Japanese traditionally make konnyaku or shirataki noodles by mixing konjac flour with water and limewater (calcium hydroxide). It is then boiled and cooled to solidify into its noodle lengths. Because it’s so delicate, you’ll see it sold in plastic bags with its accompanying water.


Purified Water, Konjac Flour 5,1%, Calcium Hydroxide
Allergy information
Not included : Gluten, Milk / lactose, Soy, Wheat
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Nutritional values per 100 g
Energy value 34 kJ / 8 kcal
Total Fat <0,1 g
Carbohydrates <1 g
- of which sugar <0,1 g
Fibre 5 g
Protein <1 g
Salt <0,1 g
Product Details
Guaranteed Shelf Life: 60 days
Keeps for at least two months after receipt.
Filling Quantity 400 g
Chilled product No
Storage Store in a cool and dry place
EAN 9346976000332
Container size 6
Origin of the primary ingredients China (CN)
Origin China (CN)

European Manufacturer


SlendierHello, my name is Mai and I am the founder of Slendier. Thank you for taking the time to read how Slendier came into existence. Good food and family are two things that I am extremely passionate about. For me there is no greater joy than sitting around the table laughing and sharing food with my loved ones. However, sometimes we tend to over indulge, and this is especially true for my husband. He was eating too much! I remembered a miracle vegetable in Japan, called “Konjac” and so to help him out with his overeating, I started using Konjac noodles in my cooking. The noodles enabled me to prepare a variety of cuisines and more importantly make low calorie dishes. My husband loved this alternative to traditional pasta and noodles. He felt satisfied and content. This inspired me to start my own business and bring this great product to your table. Hope you all enjoy it! Love, Be healthy, Be happy

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.
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