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Biona Organic White Spelt Fusilli - 500g

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Product code: 10155


Spelt is a nutritious grain with a smooth texture and delicate nutty taste. Enjoy `al dente` with pasta sauces.

A great alternative to wheat pasta, Spelt is a popular ancient grain, with a better nutritional profile than wheat. Spelt is also lower in gluten than modern wheat, making it easier to digest.

About Biona

Biona is a brand created by Windmill Organics Ltd, a company committed to providing high-quality organic food for everyone to share and enjoy. They believe in great tasting, thoughtfully prepared food to complement an ethical lifestyle.

Their farmers never use chemical pesticides or herbicides, so that none of their plants grow genetically modified. They also only use sustainable farming methods so that their land isn’t overworked.

All ingredients are of the highest natural quality and are suitable for vegetarians.



Nutritional Information: Per 100g:
Energy 1530kJ/361kcal
Fat 1.4g
   of which saturates 0.3g
Carbohydrate 73.3g
   of which sugars 3.4g
Fibre 3.4g
Protein 12.1g
Salt < 0.01g


Spelt Flour*.

*=Certified Organic Ingredients.


Place pasta in a large pan of boiling water (1lt for 100g pasta). Add salt to taste and simmer for 4-5 mins, stir from time to time. Strain and serve with pasta sauce.


  • May contain traces of eggs.
  • Store cool and dry.


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