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Spread Cheesana Tomato Organic, 170g


  • Spread Cheesana Tomato Organic, 170g
Spread Cheesana Tomato Organic, 170g
CHF 4.25
Corresponds to CHF 2.50 / 100 g
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Spread Cheesana Tomato Organic, 170g

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General Vegan Label
German Organic Label
CH-Bio / EU-Bio
NON GMO
8.9
Sugar Barometer
This product contains 8.9% sugar.
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Spread Cheesana Tomato Organic, 170g

Organic Cheesana Tomato Spread from Sanchon

Cashew nuts in connection with other high-quality ingredients give this vegan spread the very special melt, innovative and simply a pleasure.

Storage
Store in a cool place after opening and consume soon


Ingredients

Water, cashew nuts *, 30% single concentrated tomato paste *, coconut fat *, corn starch *, 2% dried tomatoes *, sea salt, raw cane sugar *, lemon juice concentrate *, brandy vinegar *, herbs * (oregano *, parsley *, basil *), black pepper *
* controlled organic cultivation

Allergy Information:
does not contain: gluten, lactose

contain: nuts, cashew nuts, vegetables / legumes, cocoa, corn, pepper, umbelliferae
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Nutritional values per 100g
Energy value 979 kJ / 234 kcal
Total Fat 17 g
- Saturated Fat 8.2 g
Carbohydrates 14 g
- of which sugar 8.9 g
Protein 5.2 g
Salt 1.9 g
Product Details
Filling Quantity 170 g
Chilled product No
EAN 4030917027902

European Manufacturer

Sanchon

Sanchon(translated by google)
The Petersilchen GmbH was founded in 1987 as a retail of Peter Vogel. In 1994, the cooperation was followed by Matthias vines table, for this cooperation was the development of the first spreads with the idea to produce this themselves. The durability of these products has been significantly improved, which was very positive, as most spreads quite fast spoilage fell at this time after opening the victim. This was the birth of our first product line and retail trade brand Sanchon. In 2005 Christof Henne joined the company. By profession, food technicians and sales expert, came with him step into a larger and more automated in-house production. From the economical initial processing its own production plant is slowly emerged, the produced today in addition to our own brand Sanchon well for various customers in the organic sector. The Petersilchen GmbH is a pure organic producer and there are no conventional products manufactured in our home. Sanchon sees itself as a purely trade mark which is not found in conventional food retailing. To eat the world As chefs Christof hen and Matthias vines table began their professional career. It quickly became clear that the traditional German cuisine and the fledgling nouvelle cuisine were not all from France. Although the then new heroes of the culinary scene, Paul Bocuse and Eckart Witzigmann revolutionized the classic style of cooking basic, but the hunger for more could not breastfeed them too. Based on extensive experience abroad, the interest in ethnic cuisine in the world originated in Christof hen and Matthias vines table. New cooking styles, new spices and herbs and completely foreign techniques inspired the two Sanchon product developers. This was the guiding principle of Petersilchen GmbH to develop authentic flavor compositions with natural, genuine flavors and produce. Swabs should be done only when the severity level and fat content. In a small degree the first Indian products Thus arose 10 years ago. Thai products followed and many delights lie ahead if Asia is further cooked up and South America and Africa are developed culinary. so ... the world eats.

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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