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Profusion Super Oat Bread - Organic Rye & Chia - 500g

£2.49 24 reward points

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Product code: 11350


Made with freshly ground oats and rye with added chia seeds to create loaves packed with wholegrain goodness. Enjoy toasted with your favourite toppings for a fibre-boosting lunch.

Profusion Organic Super Oat Bread contains beta-glucans, a naturally occurring sugar associated with lowering cholesterol. Just one slice contains 1.75g of beta-glucan which is 58% of the suggested 3g daily intake!

About Profusion

Staying fit and healthy doesn`t have to be a chore. Profusion have made it easier than ever for you to introduce nourishing ingredients into your diet, with their diverse range of organic products. They`ve opened up a whole new world of naturally complex and vital nourishment - so you can focus on living life to the full.



Nutritional Information: Per 100g:
Energy 787kJ/187kcal
Fat 3.2g
   of which Saturates 0.5g
Carbohydrate 29.8g
   of which Sugars 2.9g
Fibre 8.7g
Protein 5.6g
Salt 0.85g


Grains* (Whole Grain Rye Meal* [33%], Oat Mix* [20%] [Oat Grain*, Oat Flakes*]) Water, Natural Sour Dough* (Wholegrain Rye Meal*, Water), Oat Bran* (3%), Chia Seeds* (3%) (Salvia hispanica), Sea Salt.

* = Certified Organic Ingredients.


Cut separate slices with a knife. Top with nut butter or seeds for an even more delicious snack.


  • Once opened, store in a sealed container in the fridge and use within 3 days.


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