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Gluten-Free Products: Quinoa

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    White quinoa

    Available soon in the export offer

    Nutritional information

    Nutrition declaration per 100 g per serving*
    Energy 1456 kJ / 346 kcal 730 kJ / 174 kcal
    Fat, of which: 5,8 g 2,9 g
    - saturates 0,7 g 0,4 g
    Carbohydrates, of which: 52,9 g 26,5 g
    - sugars 2,5 g 1,3 g
    Fibre 15,8 g 7,9 g
    Protein 12,7 g 6,4 g
    Salt <0,02 g <0,01 g
    Potassium 735 mg (37%**) 368 mg
    Magnesium 162 mg (43%**) 81,0 mg
    Iron 4,4 mg (32%**) 2,2 mg
    Zinc 3,9 mg (39%**) 2,0 mg
    Chromium 15 µg (37%**) 7,5 µg

    A 200 g package contains 4 servings of product.

    * serving (1/2 bag) = 50 g of dry product = approx. 100 g of the product upon cooking in water without salt

    ** daily reference intake

    White quinoa is also called “Inca gold” because they were the first to appreciate its qualities. When cooked, white quinoa grains take on a creamier colour and a softer taste compared to other types of quinoa. Due to the valuable nutrients present in the product, it is referred to as one of the “superfoods” and can be a great supplement to healthy diets, including a vegetarian one. White quinoa is a source of protein and is low sugar. It is high fibre and natural minerals such as potassium, magnesium, iron, zinc and chromium. It’s an excellent substitute for rice or groats that goes well with both meat and vegetarian dishes. It is also ideally suited as an addition to salads, soups and various casseroles. It also works well in sweet desserts and delicious cocktails.

    – source of protein
    – low sugar
    – high fibre
    – high potassium, magnesium, iron, zinc, chromium
    – delicate taste

    Ingradients: white quinoa

  • Nutritional information

    Nutrition declaration per 100 g per portion*
    Energy 1517 kJ / 362 kcal 760 kJ / 181 kcal
    Fat, of which: 9,1 g 4,6 g
    - saturates 1,2 g 0,6 g
    Carbohydrates, of which: 48,4 g 24,2 g
    - sugars 3,1 g 1,6 g
    Fibre 17,0 g 8,5 g
    Protein 13,0 g 6,5 g
    Salt 0,01 g <0,01 g
    Potassium 636 mg (32%**) 318 mg
    Magnesium 181 mg (48%**) 90,5 mg
    Iron 3,9 mg (28%**) 1,4 mg
    Zinc 2,8 mg (28%**) 1,4 mg
    Chromium 20 µg (50%**) 10 µg

    A 200 g package contains 4 servings of product.

    * serving (1/2 bag) = 50 g of dry product = approx. 115 g of the product upon cooking in water without salt

    ** daily reference intake

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    3 colour quinoa

    Available soon in the export offer

    3 colour quinoa is also known as “Inca gold” because they were the first to appreciate its qualities. The mixture of white, red and black quinoa grains is an unusual combination of taste, aroma and texture. Once cooked, they have a delicate taste, enhanced by a nutty note, resulting from the presence of red quinoa, and a unique, grainy texture, which is a characteristic feature of black quinoa.

    Due to its high nutritional value, quinoa is referred to as one of the “superfoods” and can be a great supplement to healthy diets, including a vegetarian one. It is high fibre and natural minerals, such as potassium, magnesium and chromium, and is also a source of protein, iron and zinc while having a low sugar content. Thanks to its aesthetic appeal, it perfectly complements salads as well as exquisite meat and vegetarian dishes. It also works well in sweet desserts and delicious cocktails.

    – high fibre
    – high potassium, magnesium and chromium
    – low sugar
    – source of protein, iron, zinc
    – vissually and tasteful appealing mixture

    Ingradients: 3 colour quinoa: white quinoa (60%), red quinoa (20%), black quinoa (20%)

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