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BOX (4) Continental Nutrish Soup on the Pulse 30g

$8.00

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    Nutrish On The Pulse Soup Mix is an easy and delicious way to nourish your body. Packed with wholesome ingredients like lentils, chickpeas, coconut milk, sprouted pea protein and curry spices it's hard to believe something so nutritious could taste so good.Directions...1. Empty contents of sachet into a 250ml mug2. Fill with boiling water and stir for 15 - 20 seconds. Stand for 1 minute and stir again before consuming.Important...For best consistency, use boiling water (100 degrees Celsius) and only stir once all the water has been added.Store in a cool, dry place.Made in Australia.
    114 Calories Per Serving
    Vegetarian Friendly
    Source of Fibre
    No Artificial Colours & Flavours
    No Added Preservatives
    4 Health Star Rating.

      Ingredients:

      Legumes [lentils (35%) (Flour, whole), chickpea flour (1 1 %)], starch (potato, corn), coconut milk powder (8%), sugar, vegetables (onion powder, carrot, garlic powder), maltodextrin, sprouted pea protein, salt, spices (2%) (curry powder, coriander seed, cumin, turmeric), yeast extract, parsley, milk solids, vegetable oil.

      Contains:

      Milk 30 GR

      Allergen:

      May Be Present Fish, May Be Present Lupin, May Be Present Peanuts, May Be Present Egg, May Be Present Wheat, May Be Present Sesame, Contains Milk, May Be Present Crustacea, May Be Present Tree Nuts

      Best Before 5/2/2021

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