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Organic mashed tomatoes

Tomatoes scientific name: Lycopersicum esculentum.
The tomato comes from South America, in particular from the tropical and sub-tropical regions of Peru and Ecuador and is, after potato, the world’s best known vegetable.
The tomato was initially considered a medicinal plant and, through the Spanish possession of Naples entered, in the sec. XVI, the Italian cuisine with the name “golden apple” or “golden boss”. The tomato was diffused throughout France through Genoa and it was mainly used to beautify the balconies.
Organic tomato is a food with a complete nutritional profile, that is full of minerals and vitamins as well as rich in lycopene and poor in calories.

Net weight: 410 g

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Organic Mixed Beans

Organic mixed beans: organic butter beans, cannellini beans, organic red kidney beans, organic chickpeas.

Organic mixed beans are a good source of protein and minerals, eaten with whole cereals provide a good source of energy, are low in calories and good nutritional values.

Net weight: 400 g

Drained weight: 240 g

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Organic pearl barley, beans and pulses

Pearl barley: scientific name Hordeum vulgare

Pearl barley is a cereal with oriental origins, belonging to the Gramineae family. Pearl barley consumption is on the rise thanks to its versatility that allows it to be used in lots of different recipes. Pearl barley is a very nutritious and tasty food that helps to preserve the well-being of the body. Beans and pulses eaten with pearl barley constitute a complete food thanks to the nutritional properties.

Net weight: 400 gr.

Drained weight: 240 gr

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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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Organic spelt, beans and pulses

Spelt: scientific name Triticum dicoccum

Spelt is a cereal belonging to the family of the Gramineae and it dates back to about 8,000 years ago. Spelt is used a lot in the Mediterranean diet, thanks to its high nutritional properties. To further help digest proteins, it is recommended that spelt is eaten with beans and pulses.

Net weight: 400 g

Drained weight: 240 g

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Organic Whole Peeled Tomatoes

Tomatoes scientific name: Lycopersicum esculentum.

The tomato comes from South America, in particular from the tropical and sub-tropical regions of Peru and Ecuador and is, after potato, the world’s best known vegetable. The tomato was initially considered to be a medicinal plant. Organic tomato is a food with a complete nutritional profile, that is full of minerals and vitamins as well as rich in lycopene and low in calories.

Net weight: 400 g

Drained weight: 240 g

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Organic whole peeled Tomatoes

Tomatoes scientific name: Lycopersicum esculentum.
The tomato comes from South America, in particular from the tropical and sub-tropical regions of Peru and Ecuador and is, after potato, the world’s best known vegetable.
The tomato was initially considered a medicinal plant and, through the Spanish possession of Naples entered, in the sec. XVI, the Italian cuisine with the name “golden apple” or “golden boss”. The tomato was diffused throughout France through Genoa and it was mainly used to beautify the balconies.
Organic tomato is a food with a complete nutritional profile, that is full of minerals and vitamins as well as rich in lycopene and poor in calories.

Net weight: 410 g

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