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Coconut Milk 400ml

Only buy this product if you own a tin opener. It does not come with a handy ring pull.

Please recycle this packaging. This can is made of metal and can be recycled an infinite number of times. This is excellent news for those concerned with climate change and sustainability issues.

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SKU: DR-COMI-400ML
£1.04
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Ingredients

Coconut Extract, Water, Thickening Agent:E1442, Stabiliser: Guar Gum, E466, Xanthan Gum, Emulsifier: E435, Carrageenan, Locust Bean Gum

Storage

Refrigerate once opened in a plastic container and consume within 3 days

Produce of

Produced in Thailand

Name and address

Grace House

WGC

Herts

AL7 1HW

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Grace House

WGC

Herts

AL7 1HW

Net Contents 400ml 

Nutrition

Typical Values

per 100ml

Energy

360kJ/86kcal

Fat

8.9g

of which saturates

6.9g

Carbohydrate

1.1g

of which sugars

0g

Protein

0g

Salt

0.05g

Ingredients

Coconut Extract, Water, Thickening Agent:E1442, Stabiliser: Guar Gum, E466, Xanthan Gum, Emulsifier: E435, Carrageenan, Locust Bean Gum

Storage

Refrigerate once opened in a plastic container and consume within 3 days

Produce of

Produced in Thailand

Name and address

Grace House

WGC

Herts

AL7 1HW

Return to

Grace House

WGC

Herts

AL7 1HW

Net Contents 400ml 

Nutrition

Typical Values

per 100ml

Energy

360kJ/86kcal

Fat

8.9g

of which saturates

6.9g

Carbohydrate

1.1g

of which sugars

0g

Protein

0g

Salt

0.05g

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