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Butterbeans - 400g Can



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SKU: MO-ORBUBE
£1.29

Ingredients

Organic Butter Beans, Water

Storage

Once opened, remove from my can, put me in a non-metallic container and keep refrigerated.

Produce of

Produced in Italy


Name and address

Produced for:

Mr Organic

114 Elmore Street

London

N1 3AH

UK

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Mr Organic

114 Elmore Street

London

N1 3AH

UK

Net Contents 400g 

Nutrition

Typical Values

per 100g

Energy

285kJ/68kcal

Fat

0.5g

of which saturates

0g

Carbohydrate

9.1g

of which sugars

0g

Protein

4.3g

Salt

0.04g

Ingredients

Organic Butter Beans, Water

Storage

Once opened, remove from my can, put me in a non-metallic container and keep refrigerated.

Produce of

Produced in Italy


Name and address

Produced for:

Mr Organic

114 Elmore Street

London

N1 3AH

UK

Return to

Mr Organic

114 Elmore Street

London

N1 3AH

UK

Net Contents 400g 

Nutrition

Typical Values

per 100g

Energy

285kJ/68kcal

Fat

0.5g

of which saturates

0g

Carbohydrate

9.1g

of which sugars

0g

Protein

4.3g

Salt

0.04g

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