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Organic Aduki Beans

Aduki beans’ scientific name: Vigna Angularis.

Organic aduki beans are a good source of minerals and b-vitamins. This kind of bean is, among pulses, the vegetable with the least calories and fat. They are the most used beans in Japan, whereas in Europe their consumption is on the rise due to the growing interest towards macrobiotic cooking and increased interest in Japanese products

Net weight: 400 g

Drained weight: 240 g

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Organic Black Beans

Black beans’ scientific name: Phaseolus vulgaris.

Organic black beans are rich in vegetable protein and nutrients, like fibre, enzymes and antioxidants which help to prevent degenerative diseases. Beans are a food with health benefits and should be included in your diet at least twice a week.

Net weight: 400 g

Drained weight: 240 g

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Organic Borlotti Beans

Borlotti beans’ scientific name: Phaseolus Vulgaris.

Organic borlotti beans are a variety of bean from South America and are at present, the most cultivated beans in northern Italy. They are beige in colour, sometimes tending to be pink, with darker patches of brown or red. Organic borlotti beans are very nutritious, like all legumes, and are a great source of protein and vitamin B.

Net Weight: 400 g

Drained weight: 240 g

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Organic Butter Beans

Butter beans’ scientific name: Phaseolus Vulgaris.

Organic butter beans are among one of the main sources of vegetable protein available to us in our diet. Organic butter beans are also known as Corona beans or “Ciabattoni”.

Net Weight: 400 g

Drained weight: 240 g

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Organic Cannellini Beans

Cannellini beans’ scientific name: Phaseolus vulgaris.

Organic cannellini beans come from Tuscany and are characterised by their pinkish white colour and elongated shape. These beans are extremely healthy as their nutritional properties contain few calories and are virtually fat-free. For this reason, they are recommended in any kind of diet.

Net Weight: 400 g

Drained Weight: 240 g

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Organic Haricot Beans

Haricot beans’ scientific name: Phaseolus vulgaris.

Organic haricot beans are rich in vegetable protein and nutrients, like fibre, enzymes and antioxidants which help to prevent degenerative diseases. In fact, beans are a food with health benefits, which is why they should be included in your diet at least twice a week.

Net weight: 400 g

Drained weight: 240 g

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Organic Red Kidney Beans

Red kidney beans scientific name: Phaseolus vulgaris.

Organic red kidney beans have a curved shape and are dark red in colour; they are the basic ingredient of the famous “chili con carne.”  Red Kidney beans are rich in nutrients and proteins as well as fibre.   Consequently, these beans are extremely healthy and help in the prevention of some diseases.

Net weight: 400 g

Drained weight: 240 g

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