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Spread with choice mushrooms Organic, 125g

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Spread with choice mushrooms Organic, 125g

Gluten Free organic spread with delicious choice of mushrooms.


Water, nutritional yeast, dried mushrooms * 18% (porcini mushrooms * 3%, chanterelles * 3%, autumn trumpets *, emperors *, field vultures *, edelreizker *), palm fat *, onions *, olive oil *, potato powder *, sea salt, sweet peppers *, Yeast extract *, nutmeg *, thyme *, garlic *.
* = Ingredients from controlled organic farming

Allergy Information:
not in production: gluten

contains: yeast
Nutritional values per
Energy value 958 kJ / 229 kcal
Total Fat 19,0 g
Carbohydrates 5,0 g
Protein 10,0 g


The Claus family has now decided already in the second generation of quality and celebrates with the acquired in 1992 own brand PURAL a 100-year anniversary The most significant step forward makes the company in 1992, when Heinz Claus, owner of the Claus health products service teams from Baden-Baden, and his daughter Ulrike recognize the potential of the brand and take over the company PURAL. Under the management of Ulrike Claus himself PURAL developed into an international company: It integrates numerous, valuable organic products in the food store brand PURAL, expanded their own cosmetic brand eubiona and founded the PURAL sales company. (translated by google)
Pural from Paris! Here are the first bakery products of our own brand developed around 100 years ago. Today's Pural Vertriebs GmbH was founded in 1907 as a small bakery in Paris. The founder was a member of the Christian community of faith of the "Seventh-day Adventists." A part of this community is the nature-loving lifestyle through healthy eating. The products of the small bakery immediately found many friends and after a short time, the range could be extended.

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.