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Tree of Life Organic Spirulina Powder - 250g

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Product code: 11504


Tree of Life Organic Spirulina is a natural, blue-green algae which provides a wealthy plant source of vitamins, minerals and 17 amino acids.

Provides 64% protein, which contributes to muscle growth and maintenance, this spirulina powder is also rich in vitamin B12 and iron, which contribute to the formation of red blood cells, oxygen transport and support the immune system.

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.



Nutritional Information: Per 100g:
Energy 1594kJ/378kcal
Fat 8.2g
   of which saturates 1.1g
Carbohydrates 9.1g
   of which sugars 3g
Fibre 7g
Protein 63.5g
Salt 1.13g
Vitamin B12 60mcg
Vitamin E 32mg
Calcium 453mg
Magnesium 305mg
Iron 123mg
Zinc 3.6mg


100% Organic Spirulina Algae.


Enjoy as part of a healthy lifestyle and balanced diet in smoothies, shakes, warm drinks, and energy bars. Suggested use: 5g per day.


  • Packed in a facility that processes nuts, peanuts and sesame.
  • Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.


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Nice tasting with any fruit juice

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