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Sultanas Organic - Country Products - Dried Fruit

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Organic Sultanas 250g - Country Products £1.96 Out of stock

Flavours:Sweet

Sultanas Organic - Country Products - Dried Fruit

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The vine which grows the organic sultana grapes is vigorous and upright, with large 5-lobed, light-coloured leaves.  The bunches are large, long and cylindrical with heavy shoulders, with well-fitted but not compacted organic sultana berries, small round, firm and crisp, of a golden-yellow colour and without seeds.  Organic sultanas have a good sweet flavour. These organic sultanas were grown in Turkey.


Please note:


The look of the fruit is often different from the conventionally grown equivalent because it is not dressed in vegetable oil


Delicious in a variety of cooking including curries, baking and home made muesli.

Nutritional Info:

Per 100g of product:

Energy 1171 kj/276 kcal

protein 2.7g

carbohydrates 69.4g

(of which sugars) 69.4 g

Fat 0.4g

(of which saturates) Trace

Fibre 2.0g

Sodium 0.019g

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