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Corn Thins Original 150g

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    Real Foods Corn Thins Original

    Looking for a snack that's healthy but not boring? Crispy & tasty, but also good for you? No need to compromise! Real Foods Corn Thins are both delicious and diet friendly because they're made from corn. Imagine the glorious taste of sun-ripened maize, popped then pressed into a crispbread slice. With Corn Thins you get all the delicious taste of popcorn- with none of the mess. They're healthy, too: all natural ingredients and good levels of fibre.

    Real Foods Corn Thins are the great-tasting snack you can enjoy every day, in lots of creative ways. Try them on their own, or with any number of delicious toppings, for example; A roast vegetable mix of capsicum, zucchini, pumpkin, eggplant, with a touch of basil.

    Real Foods is proud to be producing wholesome and natural products for people who enjoy great tasting real food.

    Ingredients:

    Maize (99%), Sunflower Oil, Sea Salt

    Allergen:

    Free From Tree Nuts, Free From Rye, Free From Cereals, Free From Wheat, Free From Crustacea, Free From Peanuts, Free From Lupin, Free From Sulphites, Contains Milk, Free From Sesame Seeds, Free From Egg, Free From Fish, Contains Soybean

    Best Before 20/05/2020

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    The two types of date marking are use by dates and best before dates.

    According to the Food Standards Authority, date marks give a guide to how long food can be kept before it begins to deteriorate or may become unsafe to eat. Foods should not be eaten after the use by date (eg milk). Most foods have a best before date. You can still eat foods for a while after the best before date as they should be safe but they may have lost some quality. For more information check out this link: https://www.foodstandards.gov.au/consumer/labelling/dates/Pages/default.aspx

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