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Chicken Noodle Soup Pack 60g

Use Grace Chicken flavour noodle soup mix to add body and flavour to your, chicken, shrimp or beef soup, or to your steamed fish, chicken or rice dishes.

Grace chicken flavour noodle soup mix can also be enjoyed as a delicious broth without the need to add other ingredients.

No added MSG. No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.

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SKU: GF-CHNOSO-1
£0.61
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Ingredients

Dried noodles (wheat flour, water), salt, fortified wheat flour (wheat flour, calcium carbonate, iron, niacin, thiamine), sugar, yeast extract powder, onion powder, natural flavourings, vegetable fat powder (non-hydrogenated oil, glucose syrup, milk protein), spices (turmeric, white pepper), acid: citric acid, carob flour, parsley, spice extracts (including celery)

Storage

Store in a cool dry place

Produce of

Packed for Grace Foods UK


Name and address

Produced for:

Grace Foods UK Ltd

Grace House

Centrapark

Bessemer Road

Welwyn Garden City

Hertfordshire AL7 1HW

Return to

Grace Foods UK Ltd

Grace House

Centrapark

Bessemer Road

Welwyn Garden City

Hertfordshire AL7 1HW

www.gracefoods.co.uk



Net Contents 60g 


Nutrition

Typical Values

per 100g

Energy

1369 kJ/323kcal

Fat

1.8g

of which saturates

0.5g

Carbohydrate

65g

of which sugars

7.2g

Protein

10g

Salt

12.3g


Ingredients

Dried noodles (wheat flour, water), salt, fortified wheat flour (wheat flour, calcium carbonate, iron, niacin, thiamine), sugar, yeast extract powder, onion powder, natural flavourings, vegetable fat powder (non-hydrogenated oil, glucose syrup, milk protein), spices (turmeric, white pepper), acid: citric acid, carob flour, parsley, spice extracts (including celery)

Storage

Store in a cool dry place

Produce of

Packed for Grace Foods UK


Name and address

Produced for:

Grace Foods UK Ltd

Grace House

Centrapark

Bessemer Road

Welwyn Garden City

Hertfordshire AL7 1HW

Return to

Grace Foods UK Ltd

Grace House

Centrapark

Bessemer Road

Welwyn Garden City

Hertfordshire AL7 1HW

www.gracefoods.co.uk



Net Contents 60g 


Nutrition

Typical Values

per 100g

Energy

1369 kJ/323kcal

Fat

1.8g

of which saturates

0.5g

Carbohydrate

65g

of which sugars

7.2g

Protein

10g

Salt

12.3g

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