A Little Something Ground Ginger 50g

Code
00312674419431
Size:50g
R39.95
Credit: from R4 per month
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Overview

  • Zesty flavour
  • Immune booster
  • Used in meals and beverages

Description

Ginger, one of the most beloved spices, provides an aromatic, pungent and zesty addition to any stir fry, curry, vegetable dish or even beverage. In addition to its integral place in the pantry, ginger has also been proven to provide gastrointestinal relief and nausea, has potent anti-inflammatory and cancer-fighting effects and is an immune booster.

Ingredients

?Ginger.

Warnings

Packed in a facility that uses peanuts and ground nuts.

Directions

Store in a cool, dry place.

Dietary Summary

  • Certified Organic
 

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