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Light Tahini Organic Meridian

Description Price Quantity
Organic Light Tahini Spread 270g e Meridian £2.99

Flavours:Umami

Cuisine:Middle Eastern


Contents:Organic
, Allergen

Light Tahini Organic Meridian

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Tahini is creamed hulled sesame seeds and is ideal as a dipping snack or spread. It is also used as a cooking ingredient in Eastern foods such as hummus.


The difference between this organic tahini and the dark organic tahini is that this one is only made from hulled sesame seeds and the dark one is made from the whole sesame seed.



Ingredients: organic hulled sesame seeds (100%)


Allergy advice:  For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold.


Produce of more than one country. Organically grown


Store Meridian organic light tahini somewhere cool and dry. once opened consumed within 3 months.



Organic, Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Yeast Free, Sugar Free, Egg Free, Vegetarian, Vegan, Wheat Free

Nutritional Info:

Nutritional Information Per 100g/ml
Energy 2603
Protein 18.7g
Carbohydrate 0.9g
of which sugars 0.4g
Fat 59.6g
of which saturates 8.5g
Fibre 8.1g
Sodium Traceg
Salt 0g
Vitamins & Minerals Per 100g/ml (RDA)
Iron (mg)  10.7 (76%)
Thiamin (mg)  0.7 (64)
Calcium (mg)  699 (87%)
Magnesium (mg)  390 (104%)
Zinc (mg)  5.5 (55%)

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