Suma Butter Beans
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Suma Butter Beans

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Butter Beans are ideal for soups, casseroles, salads and pates.

This product is Gluten-free and is Vegan.

This product can has BPA lining, see description for more details. I may not be accepted for recycling, please check with your local recycling centre.

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£ 1.32 tax incl.

£ 0.00 per 100g

0.4 Kg
Delivery UK: 1 to 7 days

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Diet & LifestyleVegan,Vegetarian,Gluten-free,No added salt,No added sugar

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Ingredients:

Butter beans in filtered water.

Nutritional Information:

Typical composition per 100g

....energy kJ..................... 422 kJ 
....energy kCal................. 101 kCal 
....protein.......................... 7.10g 
....carbohydrates............ 16.80g 
........of which sugars..... 1.40g 
....fat................................... 0.60g 
........of which saturates. 0.10g 
....fibre............................... 5.20g 
....sodium.......................... 0.010g 
....salt................................. 0.025g

Useful Information:

Open, drain and rinse the beans - they are ready to use.

Storage Instructions:

Once opened, use immediately - not suitable for storage

Safety information:

Bisphenol-A is used in the lacquer that acts a  barrier between the metal of this can and the food.

There will be minute trace amounts of BPA in this can. Without the lining, the cans would  corrode and the contents (especially acidic food like tomatoes) would react with and leech metal from the can itself.  Sadly, there is no commercially available alternative that we’ve found, so if you know of one we’d like to know.  Guidance for consumers is available from the Food Standards Agency .

You can reduce the opportunity for any contamination from cans entering your food by:

  • once a can is opened empty the contents into a bowl and store in the fridge
  • don’t use to store food in cans or re-use them
  • store cans in a cool dry place and use the oldest first
  • throw away dented, rusting or bulging cans

However, the latest result from a series of trials is:

“No consumer health risk from bisphenol A exposure”
www.efsa.europa.eu/en/press/news/150121.htm

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