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Tree of Life Organic Spaghetti - Gluten Free - 500g

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Product code: 11256

Description

Tree of Life Organic Spaghetti is a gluten free alternative to other Spaghetti pastas. Bringing you the true taste and heritage of high quality pasta from Lombardy in Italy, it is made from organic corn and rice flour and is also free from lactose and eggs.

Tree of Life use a strict gluten free production process so that you can enjoy a healthy, tasty solution for a gluten free diet.

About Tree of Life

Tree of Life is the UK`s leading wholesale distributor of health food, natural food and organic food products. Tree of Life have supplied healthy food products to large and small retailers for over 20 years within the UK and Ireland.

Contents

500g

Nutritional Information: Per 100g:
Energy 356kcal/1510kJ
Fat 1.5g
   of which saturates 0.5g
Carbohydrate 78.5g
   of which sugars 0.5g
Protein 6.5g
Salt 0.015g

Ingredients

79.2% Corn Flour*, 19.8% Organic Rice Flour, emulsifier: Sunflower Lecithin (E322).

*Organic.

Usage

1 litre of water - 10g salt. Bring water to boil and add the salt. Add the pasta and cook for 8-10 minutes. Drain and serve.

Notes

  • Produced in a facility that uses eggs and shellfish.
  • Store in a cool, dry place.
  • Once opened, store in an airtight container.

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