Clearspring Seaveg Crispies Chilli Multipack 15g

Code
00454190517110
Size:15g
R77.95
Credit: from R8 per month
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Overview

  • Just 28 calories per pack
  • Rich source of iodine
  • Does not contain MSG
  • Completely free of additives and preservatives
  • Gluten free
  • MSG free
  • Vegan

Description

The Clearspring sea vegetable range has been extended to include these new light, thin and crispy toasted nori snacks (crispy seaweed thins). Made with just four simple ingredients: nori grown in the clear waters off the coast of Korea, unrefined sea salt and organic sunflower and rapeseed oil. Baked for just a few seconds to produce this tasty, convenient and nutritious snack. Delicious on its own, with sushi or sprinkled over salads.

Ingredients

Toasted nori sea vegetable* (62%), rapeseed oil*, sunflower oil*, sea salt, chilli* (2%). *Organically grown

Warnings

Store in a cool, dry place. Consume immediately once opened.

Directions

Delicious on its own, with sushi or sprinkled over salads.

Dietary Summary

  • Gluten Free
  • Preservative Free
  • Suitable For Vegan
 

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