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Soja Dessert Chocolate Organic, 4x125g


CHF 3.95
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Soja Dessert Chocolate Organic, 4x125g

Provamel Organic soya dessert with the delicious taste of Chocolate.

These four pots of Soya with Chocolate dessert deserve gold. For their creamy texture. For their deliciously sweet touch. But mainly for the full, appetising velvety chocolate flavour. One spoon and you're doomed. Or shall we say: you're head over heels in love with this legendary dessert.

Ingredients

water, raw cane sugar*, fat reduced cocoa* (3.3%), maize starch*, tapioca starch*, wheat starch*, sea salt
* = organically grown/produced.

Allergy Information:
Contains: Soya, Corn, Wheat
Nutritional values per
Energy value 371 kJ / 88 kcal
Total Fat 1,6 g
- Saturated Fat 0,4 g
Carbohydrates 14,4 g
- of which sugar 9,2 g
Fibre 1,5 g
Protein 3,2 g
Salt 0,14 g
Provamel

Provamel

1983 FOUNDING OF PROVAMEL 1997 LAUNCH OF SOY YOGURT ALTERNATIVES ext to soy drink and desserts, Provamel starts commercializing soy yogurt alternatives 2010 PROVAMEL BECOMES A PLANT-BASED SPECIALIST By launching almond, hazelnut, rice-coconut, rice-almond & other plant-based drinks. 2010 PROVAMEL HAS A CO2 NEUTRAL PRODUCTION PROCESS The production of Provamel products becomes fully CO2 neutral 2013 PROVAMEL CELEBRATES ITS 30TH ANNIVERSARY

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.