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Cracker Olive Life Raw Organic, 90g

CHF 8.20


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Cracker Olive Life Raw Organic, 90g

Raw Organic Olive Life Crackers from Lifefood - Delicious on their own, with a soup or a salad, or as a base for any kind of spreads and dips.

Crispy crackers based on almonds and buckwheat, made with exquisite dried Peruvian olives. Extraordinary delicacy for extraordinary gourmets.

» High in fibre and unsaturated fats
» The perfect alternative to bakery products for rawfood, gluten-free, and paleo diets
» All natural, gluten-free, soy-free, dairy-free, no added sugar, no starches or preservatives
» Raw crispbreads - slowly dehydrated at low temperatures


Carrots*, Dried Peruvian Olives* (23 %), Almonds* (24 %), Germinated Buckwheat* (21 %), Golden Flax Seeds*, Sunflower Seeds*, Pink Salt, Extra Virgin Olive Oil* (1,2 %).
* = Organic Certified Product

Allergy Information:
May contain traces of other nuts, sesame, mustard seeds, soy and celery.
Nutritional values per 100g
Energy value 2432 kJ / 583 kcal
Total Fat 45 g
- Saturated Fat 5 g
Carbohydrates 24 g
- of which sugar 3 g
Fibre 12 g
Protein 14 g
Salt 2.3 g


Lifefood Quality Certified Quality – since 2006 Lifefood manufactures its products under very strict self-imposed rules and philosophy. To ensure the final products are healthy and good for optimal nutrition, we use the top quality, highest grade ingredients. Living Foods 100 % raw All Lifefood products are cold processed or processed below the temperature of 42 °C without any heating, cooking, pasteurizing, roasting or baking. This method of processing ensures that the nutritional values food remain untouched, preserving the natural essence and flavour of the ingredients. Below the temperature of 42 °C all the nutrients remain intact and get easily absorbed in digestion.

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.