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Ginger Spice
Ginger Spice

Granola:
Ginger Spice

The spice sensation that will set your day ablaze. Pecans are an excellent source of iron which may benefit those with blood disorders. The manganese content may prove beneficial for nerve function and healthy brain activity. Pecans contain a wealth of copper, which may keep you energised. Ginger is a powerful anti-inflammatory which many people have also found helpful with nausea. Oats are a good source of carbohydrates and fibre. This can contribute to a feeling of satisfied fullness. Break fast with Ginger spice. Sold as 300g pack.

Oats (41%), pecan nuts (18.4%), maple syrup, blackstrap molasses, coconut oil, sweetened dried cranberries (5%)(cranberries, apple juice), crystallised ginger (5%) (fresh ginger, maple syrup), coconut flakes (3.3%), Himalayan salt, vanilla extract, ground ginger, cinnamon, allspice, & nutmeg.

Total per 100g
Energy (kJ): 2312
Energy (kcal): 557
Fat (g): 32
of which Saturates (g): 14
Carbohydrate (g): 59
of which Sugars (g): 27
Protein (g): 10
Salt (g): 0.6
Fibre (g): 5.2
Iron (mg): 4.7(33% RI)

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£6.49
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Reviews

“My granny’s favourite drink is Lemon Heaven with its really tasty blend of flavours. I’d actually love to see it a bit stronger.”

“Fennel Fusion is a fresh juice with a really palatable flavour and a clean quality.”

“The flavour of your Pistachio nut mylk comes through prevalently while still being very easy to drink.”

“Happy Beet was my mum's favourite drink, she loved the mix of ingredients that went into it to make a unique and tasty flavour.”

“Divine Lime is definitely my favourite of the juices. A really interesting, delicious, taste. A great strength, texture and flavour combining into a brilliantly rounded drink.”

“I love the nut mylks, but especially the Pecan. It has a strong taste of real pecans and a great raw flavour.”

“I love ginger in any food or drink so your Gingerade juice immediately clicked with me. Could possibly be a bit less concentrated.”