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Delicious, nutritious and useful flakes, which are made thanks to a unique production technology. Do not require much effort in cooking, as they have already undergone heat treatment.

Additional info
Net weight: 400 g
Type of packaging: Polypropylene bag
Quantity of pieces in multiple-unit package: 12 pcs
Weight of multiple-unit package: 4,8 kg
Shelf life: 12 months
Storage temperature max (°C): Not exceeding 20° С
Storage conditions: Store in a dry, clean, well ventilated area and relative humidity not exceeding 70%
Energy value per 100 g of product: 1619 kj / 387 kcal
Nutrition Facts (Food value) per 100 g of product: Fats - 7,4 g; Saturated fatty acids – 1,27 g; Carbohydrates – 70,6 g; Sugar – 1,3 g; Protein – 9,3 g; Salt – 0,1 g.

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