6 Grain Stix – Cheesy Jalapeno 25gm

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6 Grain Stix – Cheesy Jalapeno 25gm

90.00 35.00

-61.1%

Your bite-sized health partner that offers the perfect substitute to your daily snack. There is cheese, there is jalapeno, and the goodness of 6 grains. We know you can’t resist this.

Categories: , ID Product: 12345617-2-1

- No added Preservatives

- No Added MSG

- Gluten-free

- Cholesterol-free

- No Trans Fat

- Not Fried or Baked

Description

INGREDIENTS

Maize, Oats, Ragi, Sorghum, Soya, Rice, Sugar, Salt, Spices & Condiments (Chilli, Aniseeds, Mustard, Fenugreek), Magu Powder, Acidity Regulator (Citric and Malic Acid) Maltodextrin, Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein, Anticaking Agent (Silicon Dioxide), Edible Vegetable Oil, Dehydrated Potato, Cheese and Jalapeno.

NUTRITIONAL FACTS

Approximately Per 100g 25g (Per Piece)
Energy(Kcal) 397Kcal 99.3kcal
Carbohydrate(g) 68.8g 17.2g
Of Which Sugar 4.4g 1.1g
Total Fat(g) 9g 2.3g
Saturated Fat 3.8g 0.95g
Trans Fat NIL NIL
Cholesterol NIL NIL
Protein(g) 10.2g 2.6g
Dietary Fibre 9.6g 2.4g
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Weight 25 g

8 reviews for 6 Grain Stix – Cheesy Jalapeno 25gm

  1. Ruchi

    2 of my favourite things – cheese and jalpeno. What a grat snack! <3 Love it!

  2. Sanaya

    Really tasty chips. Would go for a larger quantitu next time.

  3. SHIBAM SAHU (verified owner)

    I will rating 5 star , But I can’t receive my product and I can’t test this item , but I trust TGSC Team and Green Snack.Keep it up .
    Your’s Faithfully
    SHIBAM SAHU

  4. Hemant Palande (verified owner)

    Quantity was too much low than product pricing

  5. Arkaprabha Kar (verified owner)

    Awesome

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  7. Nishtha Singhal (verified owner)

    I didnt get my order

  8. Ameya Pawle (verified owner)

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