Organic Cold-Pressed Flaxseed Oil 250ml

by Crede
Code
00136635331222
Size:250ml
R59.95
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Overview

  • ?High in omega 3 essential fatty acids
  • Contains Lignans
  • Ideal for salad dressings or dips

Ingredients

Organic Cold-Pressed Flaxseed Oil.

Warnings

Manufactured and bottled in a facility that may contain traces of nuts and seeds. Do not heat. Not suitable for baking or frying. Use within 6 weeks of opening.

Directions

Ideal for salad dressings, dips, smoothies, yoghurt, oats and can be added to soups, vegetables, fish and other warm foods. Swirl gently before use. Suggested serving size: Adults: 15ml (1 tablespoon) Children: 5ml (1 teaspoon)

Dietary Summary

  • South African Made
  • Organic
 

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